[kde-freebsd] py-kde4, kdebindings, and kde printer for testing!

Kris Moore kris at pcbsd.com
Fri Feb 13 20:38:43 CET 2009

Max Brazhnikov wrote:
> On Fri, 13 Feb 2009 11:50:05 -0500, Kris Moore wrote:
>> Max Brazhnikov wrote:
>>> On Fri, 13 Feb 2009 15:48:33 +0100, Diego Depaoli wrote:
>>>> On Fri, Feb 13, 2009 at 3:15 AM, Kris Moore <kris at pcbsd.com> wrote:
>>>>> Kris Moore wrote:
>>>>> Ok, here's the correct stuff for kdebindings 4 :)
>>>>> As before, remove all your py-qt4, py-sip, any old kdebindings4, and
>>>>> then build devel/kdebindings4.
>>>>> After it compiles, you can then build kdeutils4, and kdeadmin4
>>>>> (provided), which should now build the printer applets and such. I've
>>>>> run these through portlint, and it all appears good, with working
>>>>> pkg-plists also.
>>>>> Let me know how it goes!
>>>> Two questions before start
>>>> 1) what about compile time and cpu load? It's a normal behaviour?
>>> py-qt4 takes about 20min on my 2.4GHz box, so it's ok. Same to py-kde4, I
>>> believe.
>>>> 2) how handle py-qt4-* ports committed today by Max?
>>> kdebindings needs py-qt4>=4.4.4. You can use area51 ports, which based on
>>> Dima's patches (ports/130219), but they are not complete still.
>>> Max
>> Max,
>> Take a look at the tarball I sent over a bit earlier, it had all the
>> py-qt4, py-sip, kdebindings and stuff updated to work with 4.4.4. I know
>> there is a new one in there, www/py-qt4-webkit which kdebindings needs
>> also :)
> Hi Kris,
> py-qt4 is almost ready. I've started from ports/130219, but it doesn't much 
> differ from your patch. Only several new ports need to be added (QtHelp, 
> phonon) for consistency, then I'll continue porting kdebindings.
> As for kdebindings, I think it would be nice to have kdebindings as a meta 
> port, which allow to choose python/ruby/java/csharp bindings, and batch of 
> kdebindings-${lang}-${module} ports. There is no hurry to support all langs 
> right now, but python and ruby bindings are the highest priorities for me.
> Cheers,
> Max

That would be cool! Be sure to checkout the kdebindings4 that I 
included, it does build properly here, and includes some patches to 
__init__.py to make the python bindings work. Also, my patch includes 
some updated dependencies and pkg-plist files for kdeutils4 and 
kdeadmin4 for the python printer application stuff.

Hopefully that'll help save you some time :)


Kris Moore
PC-BSD Software

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