jpwhiting at kde.org
Thu Oct 23 16:21:56 UTC 2014
Sorry, I guess I was unclear, kdeedu-data doesn't require any of
frameworks at build time, only ecm and recent cmake.
On Thu, Oct 23, 2014 at 8:33 AM, Jeremy Whiting <jpwhiting at kde.org> wrote:
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> From: Jeremy Whiting <jpwhiting at kde.org>
> Date: Thu, Oct 23, 2014 at 8:31 AM
> Subject: kdeedu-data
> To: kde-packager <kde-packager at kde.org>, KDE Edu <kde-edu at kde.org>
> Hey packagers,
> A quick heads up about kdeedu-data strangeness.
> The upcoming KDE Applications 14.12 release will have some
> applications based on kdelibs4 and others based on kf5. Because some
> applications that use libkdeedu/libkeduvocdocument are going to be
> still based on kdelibs4 while others have already been ported to qt5
> and kf5 there will be both libkdeedu and libkeduvocdocument tarballs
> released. Because both used to contain a handful of kvtml files, we
> moved them out into kdeedu-data which both libkdeedu and
> libkeduvocdocument should depend on (or at least khangman(kdelibs4)
> and kanagram(libkeduvocdocument) should depend on in order to run.
> Now kdeedu-data uses ecm instructions to build like other kf5 based
> applications. Is that going to be a problem to make both khangman and
> kanagram run time depend on these packages, while kdeedu-data at build
> time requires ecm to build?
> I'm open to other solutions, but this is the best we could come up
> with at this time.
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