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Thu Feb 4 01:00:46 CET 2010

Better performance, lower mem footprint, more features, better support, ...

>>>> Anyway, the converter is hacky tool allowing early adopters of KDE 4.4
>>>> who already tries Nepomuk with Virtuoso 5 (and thus, compile
>>>> themselves!) to easily convert their data.
>> Distro's who have provided RC's to their users are now more or less obliged
>> to run that script. Virtuoso was made a hard dependency (at least for
>> anyone compiling kdepim) so all svn users also need to update.
> Bottom line is that distros will probably shop Virtuoso 6 to their end-users anyway, 
> so we need to make sure it works well with it. I don't think it's as easy as saying 
> "it's too late to require V6", because it's not. Note that I don't like the 
> situation, but to me it's more complex ...
> There's also the question what we require. As far as I know, KDE 4.4.0 works with 
> virtuoso 5 and 6, so what would be natural is requiring at least V5, recommending V6 
> (for the upgrade path, BUT we haven't tested it yet).

And that is exactly what is happening. It works with both v5 and v6 but
nobody will package v5. Thus the converter.


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