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Month: January 2012

Re: [trinity-devel] tdebindings FTBFS (Broke, broke, broke!)

From: Calvin Morrison <mutantturkey@...>
Date: Sun, 22 Jan 2012 13:55:37 -0500
On 22 January 2012 13:54, Darrell Anderson <humanreadable@...> wrote:
>> > -If there are bindings which have never been used, can
>> we safely drop
>> >  them?  My instinct is that most of them can
>> probably be dumped if they
>> >  were never used, but it would be nice to keep one
>> set (probably Python)
>> >  for those who want to code small interface modules
>> for personal use
>> >  without dipping into the morass of C++.
>> I think this is the real question. Is anyone going to throw
>> their
>> hands in the air and yell if we drop it? Keeping it in the
>> archives is
>> fine if someone wanted to pick it up later. But aren't
>> there bigger
>> fish to fry?
> That is a good point. If we archive the package I think we first should ensure we can build the package in several distros now with R14 before putting on the shelf. That way we know we had something buildable at that day we walked away.
> With that said, I want to raise a simple question. I don't know therefore I'm not being rhetorical. :) I mentioned I have a few applets I want to massage for Trinity. Those applets are written in Python with a GTK GUI. I want a Trinity/TQt3 GUI. How do I do that without tdebindings?
> Darrell
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kdialog is what you want.