[KDE/Mac] So I think we should plan what we're going to do for the 4.1 release.
Aidan Van Dyk
aidan at highrise.ca
Tue Jul 15 14:31:34 CEST 2008
* Martin Krischik <martin.osx at krischik.com> [080714 14:13]:
> Am Montag 14 Juli 2008 schrieb Aidan Van Dyk:
> > Will these efforts lead to "packages" that my wife will be able to
> > install on her iBook too, or will I have to resort to being her
> > sysadmin again to use macport/etc to get KDE4 installed and updated?
> The default of MacPort is to compile from automaticly downloaded sources -
> similar to Gentoo. However thats just the default - I guess the following
> options is what you are looking for:
> It's just that someone needs to create them.
I'll take that as a "I'll have to resort to being her sysadmin again to
Pity... One thing RangerRick was doing was making KDE4 available for
the non-tecky MacOSX user... That goal is one I think is a necessary
part of "native OSX support", namely, "native OSX support" pretty much
means download-able, install-able OSX packages...
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