victor_roeder at gmx.de
Tue Nov 26 09:29:02 UTC 2002
>> In light of the fact that the documentation for Gideon is mostly
>> incomplete, I am attempting to write some stuff up. I plan on doing
>> it in small chunks as time permits, so if you notice incompleteness
>> please be patient.
>> On a common note, I do believe that it is time to do something about
>> the "extra" documentation in the cvs directory. I had proposed
>> before that we remove it from the cvs tree and maintain it somewhere
>> else with appropriate links, and perhaps give users the ability to
>> install locally if they would like.
>> Does anyone have objections to me removing this from cvs (stl, libc,
>> kdearch, kde2book)?
> No objections from me.
No objections from me, too.
I wouldn't prefer to remove the parts listed below from CVS!
Okay, they aren't 100% finished/working/whatever, but they have the
benefit that you could easily check up how to write a certain part for
And they aren't that large...
Just my 0,02 EUR.
> I suggest to also do this with the exotic parts:
> - buglist
> - fortransupport
> - javadebugger
> - javasupport
> - nedit
> - perforce
> - perlsupport
> - phpsupport
> - pythonsupport
> - scripting
> - scriptproject
> - visualboyadvance
> - ... and likely more ...
> to ease the *common Qt/KDE-C++ IDE* from such overkill.
> Earlier someone suggested to split KDevelop during packaging but I
> suppose it will never happen or just in a few distros.
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