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Month: September 2010

Re: [trinity-devel] Building kdepim

From: "Timothy Pearson" <kb9vqf@...>
Date: Sun, 12 Sep 2010 14:13:50 -0500
>> OK, try again with revision 1174370 or higher.
> Updated svn. FTBFS. Log attached.
> Failure is related to lib*dav* requirements. So for now looks like we're
> past the previous failures.
> I will try building those packages.
> I understand the desire to add such functionality, but I believe the
> end-user should decide. I just don't like hooks to potential features
> being added to software that I am unlikely to ever use. Reminds me of KDE4
> . . . .
> Enterprise tools are pretty much useless for solitary single home users. I
> don't use korganizer or any other day-timer type app. I don't use online
> apps and am highly unlikely ever to do so.
> Unlike my previous suggestion, perhaps the default should be to build with
> those hooks, but allow configure options to not build? Is that possible,
> much like you did with dnssd/avahi?
It is possible and I will probably do so.  Trouble is I am not sure
exactly how to do that with Automake, so it may take some time to

I take it Slackware builds kdepim with the majority of the kresources
folder disabled?  Most of the resources in there are for enterprise use as
well; just curious if  the problem is merely the external dependency or if
it is directly related to the added functionality.