Redland vs. KDE-4.4 (aka TRUNK)
jrtyrer at earthlink.net
Mon Jan 18 01:12:16 GMT 2010
James Tyrer wrote:
> Then you go on to compile KDELibs and there is no indication of a
> problem when you run CMake. The first real indication that there is a
> problem is that the compile of KDELibs fails with an error.
> So, I installed Redland-1.0.5 and determined by trial and error that the
> newest version of Rasqal that I could build it against was 0.9.15 and
> was fortunate that it would compile against Raptor-1.4.20. 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.
> Now, I should point out that Redland-1.0.5 is circa Fedora-6. However,
> you can't use Raptor from that era because you need 'trig' and that
> means the newest version of Raptor is necessary. This doesn't seem like
> a good idea to have an assortment of library vintages -- I expect problems.
> I also find it unacceptable for the newest version of KDE-4 (TRUNK) to
> require a library this old. I think that this is a bug and will report
Am I correct that this has now been fixed?
I was wondering, exactly where would I go to find information about this?
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