2016-09-22 16:46 GMT+03:00 deloptes <deloptes@...>: > Hi again, > I recently had more time to work on TDE (as you have noticed) and I have > rebuild and installed tdebase and tdelibs from git. tdepowersave crashed, > so I installed (download from git, rebuild package etc). > My question is after tdebase and tdelibs are being compiled from git, should > I recompile other packeges ... or all? What are the pros and cons? > I do not want to risk too much - if risk is high I would think of building > dedicated environment. > > What is your experience and way of doing things? Is there a good practice > guide? > > thanks > IMO the good practice is to rebuild all tde packages after rebuilding tdelibs from master. There is no warranty that binaries build against older versions will continue to work fine with new one, so in theory you may find any non rebuild app broken. Historically for trinity the backward compatibility is not well maintained in general and especially because of API rebranding work which is still may be considered half-done; But nowadays due to changes are done quite slow, you are quite safer and will likely find that everything working rebuilding over 1-2 mounths, but still remember, that it's still no warranty.