[KDE/Mac] KDE 4.1.2 Packages are up

Big O illogical1 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 27 17:51:12 CET 2008

And I need people w/ ppc machines to install kdeutils, run kcalc, and
let me know if it's working.
Multiply some huge number (9999999999999) by pi.

On Mon, Oct 27, 2008 at 11:37 AM, Big O <illogical1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey all,
> I've finally finished 4.1.2. Three weeks late and still missing kdepim
> and digikam. Unfortunately those two probably won't be provided unless
> some KDE developer fixes compilation for OS X.
> Kdepim has some problem where it's linking against apple's version of
> libjpeg instead of the version it should be using.
> Digikam actually needs kdegraphics from trunk (kde 4.2 branch) so it
> won't be included in these packages until 4.2 is released.
> All headers files necessary to compile programs are included again. If
> anyone wants to try packaging up more stuff, like kdeedu/kdegames, or
> even digikam go for it. You'll have to install things like
> auto{conf,make}, cmake and pkgconfig by yourself, but that's not too
> hard. I've got work-in-progress instructions of what to do on Leopard
> up at: http://techbase.kde.org/Projects/KDE_on_Mac_OS_X/Macbook_Manifesto
> As for the apps included, amarok, ktorrent, juk, dolphin, okular,
> gwenview, kate, kompare (which i really like), kopete and some others.
> If you can't launch the programs that's my fault, report here. The
> usual solution to that problem is to just reboot. Anything else report
> to bugs.kde.org and list OS X as the operating system.
> N joy.
> The ability to uninstall hasn't been provided. I'll try to tackle that
> for the next build and add an uninstallation script to each of the
> dmgs. For now you'd have to delete /opt/local so if you use macports,
> beware.
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