Redland vs. KDE-4.4 (aka TRUNK)
jrtyrer at earthlink.net
Wed Jan 13 13:56:52 GMT 2010
James Tyrer wrote:
> I also found that I couldn't compile one of the versions that I tried
> against SQLite-3.6.22 so I still have to check that again.
I find that downgrading SQLite has broken Firefox 3.5.7. So, it appears
that the only choice is to build Redland without SQLite. I don't know
if that will cause problems.
Does anybody know?
> My next experiment will be to compile Redland-1.0.5 with the internal
> Raptor and Rasqal and see if that works. Then I will be able to
> also install the latest Rasqal which would also allow the install of
> the current release of Redland except that that would cause a
> possible conflict.. I don't know if this will work since it depends
> on how 'trig' is accessed.
That doesn't work because Redland doesn't install them as private
libraries, it just installs them.
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