On Jan 26, 2011, at 11:34, Ilya Chernykh <neptunia@...> wrote: > On Wednesday 26 January 2011 18:28:13 Timothy Pearson wrote: > >> If you (or another RedHat/OpenSUSE person) want to do that please feel >> free to do so. Personally I use Ubuntu and Debian and am therefore >> completely unfamiliar with the RedHat/Fedora/OpenSUSE way of doing things. >> The only thing I would ask is that the packager please send me a .tar.gz >> file that compiles against Trinity 3.5.12 so that I may add the new >> application to SVN. I think Tim should get an account on build.o.o and try it out... It does help to have everything in one place. > > So having tgz and the patches is enough to have it ported to Trinity? > In that case the most of the applications we discussed recently can be ported. > They build well for the upcoming OpenSUSE 11.4 and if you say Trinity is > source-compatible with KDE 3.5.10, nearly all of them are also compatible > with Trinity. > ^_^ that's right. > > By the way, what do you do with packages which require external dependencies > (i.e. those which are part of the distro itself and not included in Trinity)? > Can such packages be included in Trinity? > When I'm done with the Trinity base, we can test it and see how it works. When I'm done wrestling with that (very soon), I can check out the external packages and see if other major distributions have it in their repos, (sophie.zarb.org and fr2.rpmfind.net ftw!). They should not be that much different. If they don't, we'll have to come up with a solution.