[PATCH] Making Soprano optional (again) in kdelibs
Albert Astals Cid
aacid at kde.org
Sat Jan 2 02:17:49 CET 2010
A Dissabte, 2 de gener de 2010, Aaron J. Seigo va escriure:
> On December 30, 2009, Dror Levin wrote:
> > Our problem is not with e.g. kmail using akonadi+mysql, but with kdelibs
> > now *requiring* soprano+viruoso, even for people who only install it to
> > get k3b running.
> and the overhead of that is? i'm counting 5MB on disk here and two extra
> packages. seeing as without a functioning nepomuk, we end up with hobbled
> applications that seems a worthwhile trade off.
> if the issue is that k3b doesn't use any of the libraries that link against
> / require soprano/virtuoso, then perhaps kdelibs could be broken out
> better in the packaging?
IMHO asking the packagers to split kdelibs is too much, if we want a split
kdelibs is something we should do.
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