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Month: November 2011

Re: [trinity-devel] Re: OpenBSD port proposition

From: Vadim Zhukov <persgray@...>
Date: Sun, 13 Nov 2011 23:34:10 +0300
2011/11/13 Laurent Dard <f.couperin@...>:
> Vadim Zhukov wrote :
>> Anyway, I've seen that
>> Trinity does not allow easy migration from KDE3, so one of the main
>> points to port it here is gone.
> What's the difficulties you are expecting with the migration? Just do it!
> * You need cmake
> �(
> * As a beginning, you need to build and install:
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> * You must copy the content of the kde3 home directory to the new trinity
> �home directory if you want to preserve personal settings
> Take a look at:
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> Adapt to your system the configure options:
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> Choose other packages from here:
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> And ask for help on the users mailing list:
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> (Trinity developpers: please correct me if I'm wrong)

Thanks, Laurent. Problem is not in the packaging itself; I want to
have ability to migrate KDE3 users to something better (read:
something that's not dead upstream), either TDE or KDE4. If the
profiles could be easily migrated from KDE3 to TDE (preferrably with
no more changes than ~/.kde => ~/.tde), it's what I'm searching for. I
don't care about binary or ever source compatibility with KDE3, while
all apps needed are ported to TDE. But I care about existing setups. I
need to know, what can/should be done for seamless migrate from
(possibly heavily tweaked) KDE3 profile to TDE.

I also want to make KDE4 packages co-exist with KDE3/TDE ones. I
already got that it is a work-in-progress. Brief looking at the recent
commits gives me impression that it's already moving fast - cool. :)

  Vadim Zhukov