Amilcar do Carmo Lucas
amilcar at ida.ing.tu-bs.de
Wed Sep 24 22:08:04 UTC 2003
Christian Loose wrote:
>Am Mittwoch, 24. September 2003 20:34 schrieb Alexander Dymo:
>>It is time to clarify my opinion :)
>>>2) remove cvspart
>>Veto unless we provide a solution to perform cvs operations on
>>KDE < 3.2 without cervisia installed.
>>Currently cvspart is the only solution that works without cervisia.
>>We can leave it for the 3.0 release and maybe remove after the release.
>>Importing cervisia into KDevelop source tree is not the best solution
>>especially when we are closing to the release.
>AFAIK the cvsservice part only depends on cervisia's dcop service
>(cvsservice). So if really necessary you could import just the cvsservice
>subdirectory of cervisia into KDevelop's source tree. There should be no
>problem to make it compile under KDE 3.1 (but I don't know about KDE 3.0).
I can confirm that. I compile cervisia HEAD under KDE 3.1.3 with no probs.
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