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Month: September 2010

Re: [trinity-devel] Building kdepim

From: Darrell Anderson <humanreadable@...>
Date: Fri, 10 Sep 2010 17:03:18 -0700 (PDT)
> A heavily patched libical was originally included as part
> of the kdepim
> source code.  For the Trinity project this was split
> into an external
> dependency, as other programs also use libical and there
> was no more need
> for the KDE-specific patches to the upstream code. 
> This is a dependency
> that will need to be filled even for basic functionality.
> libcaldav and libcarddav are for the new CalDAV and CardDAV
> resources, for
> korganizer and kaddressbook respectively.  You can
> disable them, but you
> will lose interoperability with newer PIM suites such as
> Google Calendar
> and Zimbra.

So libical is required and is a replacement for libkcal?

What about libcaldav? libcarddav? Are there configure options to disable the latter two?

I checked configure --help and saw nothing obvious for all three. :(

I don't see the links for the libcaldav and libcarddav sources. I saw links to deb packages.

Note: Just about everything I select at your quickbuild site uses an "invalid certificate." I hate this so-called feature of Firefox. I know how to add exceptions, but would be nice if folks did not have to do that. :)