[KDE/Mac] launching kded
iandw.au at gmail.com
Mon Jan 14 21:59:23 UTC 2013
Hi Till, Brad, Kurt, Patrick,
It's nice to know you are out there! On the Macports list, quite a few
users of KDE apps appear from time to time. KMyMoney4 is quite
popular and I use that myself. I am mainly into KDE Games and,
believe it or not, develop KDE Games on a Macbook Pro, using
Macports-provided Qt-Mac and KDE libraries. The games I write or
maintain are KGoldrunner, Kubrick, KSudoku and KJumpingCube.
I also enjoy playing KPat (solitaire/patience) and Palapeli (jigsaws).
Since switching to Mac I have been working on KDE 4.8 thru 4.11
versions of KDE games. 4.10 is in its final release stages and 4.11
is in the future of course.
Cheers, Ian W.
On 15/01/2013, at 3:47 AM, Till Adam wrote:
>> On Monday 14 January 2013 11:38:46 brad wrote:
>> On Monday, January 14, 2013 05:15:37 PM you wrote:
>>> Hey Brad,
>>> you are not the only one :). I've been running it for years, mostly for
>>> Kontact, and keep it building and working as best I can. Along with our
>>> friends at Kolab Systems I'm starting a push leading up to the kdepim
>>> in March to get kdepim into homebrew, so we have a reliable way of
>>> (and later packaging) it sensibly. Previous efforts have focused on
>>> macports, but I believe homebrew is the better choice now, with less
>>> duplication and wasted efforts. If you interested to help, hit me up,
>>> please :).
>> i tried homebrew a while ago (perhaps a year) and discovered it was
>> cumbersome to use homebrew when macports was already installed and i didn't
>> have time to switch as i had an investment in macports (and an ancient
>> laptop). i might give homebrew another shot now that i have a newer laptop
>> that will take less than several days to compile qt/kde apps.>
> I was in the same boat. Now I'm using a fresh VM to rebase my builds on
> homebrew. There is just a lot less to package, in the end, because it can
> easily use system supplied libraries adn things like postgres.
>>> Are you guys all building by hand?
>> i build from macports except digikam and its 'extras' i build form git as i
>> try to keep on top of strange os x bugs in digikam.
> I do the same with KDEPIM :).
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