[kde-freebsd] Re: [CFT] KDE SC 4.6.0 for FreeBSD.
list_kde-freebsd at soulrebel.in-berlin.de
Wed Feb 2 01:21:57 CET 2011
On Tuesday 01 February 2011 10:33:31 Raphael Kubo da Costa wrote:
> Hannes <list_kde-freebsd at soulrebel.in-berlin.de> writes:
> > Zitat von "Raphael Kubo da Costa" <kubito at gmail.com>:
> >> Hmm, I hope when 4.6.x migrates to the ports tree kdepim remains
> >> at the 4.4.x series until a stable release is made, otherwise
> >> we will have problems.
> > Hm, I think its really bad that kdepim hasn't had updates in a
> > year, since it is core functionality of KDE SC and it does have
> > serious issues that need to be adressed.
> Actually, kdepim 4.4.x did not stop being developed when the rest of
> the development for KDE SC 4.4.x ceased -- kdepim 4.4.10 was released
> just a few days ago, for example (and is likely to be the last 4.4.x
> The idea is/was to keep working and releasing 4.4.x while 4.5.x (which
> later became 4.6.x) was still a WIP.
> >> Can you compile at least the pim-related ports with
> >> WITH_DEBUG=1, check if you need to enable some debug
> >> information with 'kdebugdialog' and then run this again? You
> >> should get some more useful output.
> > I will try that tomorrow. What is "pim-related" other than kdepim
> > and kdepimlibs?
> kdelibs and akonadi would be fine too.
> >> After that, I recommend filing bug reports on bugs.kde.org --
> >> kdepim 4.6 is still under development, and some time ago the
> >> developers said they needed more migration reports.
> > I will do that next, although in general my experience when
> > reporting bugs upstream is that everyone says they are
> > FreeBSD-related and therefore noone volunteers to fix them :S
> It's usually a problem on both sides -- application maintainers should
> not automatically reject bug reports based on the operating system,
> OTOH a lot of FreeBSD-related bug reports have useless backtraces
> because people don't compile with WITH_DEBUG=1.
> I try to help whenever I can. You can CC me on the bug report if you
> want, but the kdepim guys are nice folks and probably won't discard
> your report anyway :)
Thank you very much for the offer! Actually after a reboot, KMail works
now :) (re-login did not work for some reason).
It has lost my filters and my profiles needed to have their sent-folder
reset, but other than that migration seems to have been completed
successfully! The new Kmail feels really great, finally the interface
doesnt block when downloading mail!!! Oh another thing I noticed is that
it takes rather long (8-11seconds) to open the options, although I have
a fairly high-end system (phenomX4, 3ghz, SSD...).
Do you think these minor issues are worth reporting?
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