[KDE/Mac] KDE 4.13

Mario Fux kde-ml at unormal.org
Sun Apr 27 21:43:41 UTC 2014

Am Sonntag, 27. April 2014, 22.47:29 schrieb mk-lists at email.de:
> Hi Nicolas,

Morning Marko

> On 27 Apr 2014, at 17:37 , Nicolas Pavillon <nicos at macports.org> wrote:
> > I think we are all talking about the same thing, but do not consider the
> > same implications. The thing is that making a -devel port makes it
> > public, so that it is not really possible to get rid of it afterwards,
> > thus implying to maintain it. There are also -devel ports which are left
> > without updates, but I am not really of fan of this.
> I can perfectly understand that, which is why I pointed out that the effort
> would be too big for you alone.
> > In case the purpose would be to do some testing only once, probably local
> > copes, or a personal folder on the svn repo would probably be more
> > appropriate in my opinion:
> > http://trac.macports.org/wiki/CommittersGuide/PersonalSVNRepository.
> Yes, either that, or hosting a partial MacPorts tree on bitbucket or github
> if one prefers so, like me. I have my local MP port tree on bitbucket and
> also suggested to make use of [1] in order to have a working local tree
> for Mavericks. We could use [1] for setting up a kdelibs4-devel. What do
> you think? Ian, what do you think? Do you prefer github, or should we
> rather go for a user branch on MacPorts? (I prefer not to mess with
> MacPorts’ SVN servers and decided to stick to local Mercurial repos, but
> if you’re not familiar with that I could force myself into that.)

Or you use the KDE git infrastructure like a scratch repo or the new git-kde 
stuff with gitlab.



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