Questions About the New Schedule

Andreas Pakulat apaku at
Mon Oct 1 10:37:06 CEST 2007

On 01.10.07 06:30:25, Dirk Mueller wrote:
> On Saturday, 8. September 2007, Albert Astals Cid wrote:
> > > 5)  Should language bindings be part of the development platform?
> > > Richard Dale says "Python and Ruby in good shape by late October, and
> > > possibly C# too."
> >
> > If Richard says he can do it, i say we can try it :-)
> Thats not enough. somebody has at least to be able to confirm that the 
> bindings *compile*. right now, kdebindings does not compile, and after I 
> spent an hour or so looking, I'm sure that it can not compile for anyone at 
> all, given the fundamental bugs in the build system. 
> it is my understanding that Richard uses a completely different build system 
> to maintain the bindings, at least thats what he used to do in KDE3 times. 
> There has to be at least somebody who maintains the official build system, 
> and that person has to be != me. 

Same thing applies to the python bindings, but those are not buildable
with cmake and I don't see why they should be.


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