linux at jrockey.com
Mon Dec 23 15:04:45 GMT 2002
On Monday 23 Dec 2002 1:51 pm, Caleb Tennis wrote:
> Thanks for the patches - as far as I know there isn't an active (or at
> least visible) maintainer of the python part, which is probably why nobody
> responded. Bernd Gehrmann wrote the original, but I'm sure if your patches
> are improvements that they'd be welcome for incorporation.
> The mailing list kdevelop-devel at kdevelop.org is probably a better place for
> patches and part discussion.
Thanks - I'll repost the patches there.. I didn't realise there was another
list for kdevelop development - I didn't see it mentioned on the kdevelop web
page - though I do remember thinking this list was a little quiet for such a
large project :-)
> Do you have a CVS account? We'd love to have you on the team as an active
> maintainer of the python part.
I don't have a CVS account, and I would be prepared to take on the python part
maintenance, if no-one's doing it at the moment. What got me started here was
an attempt to allow easy PyQT development with Gideon (and PyKDE too, when
it's out for 3.1).
I've cross-posted this to kdevelop-devel, as this thread probably belongs
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