On 02/18/2014 12:51 PM, Darrell Anderson wrote: >> What if you want an actual database backend for kmymoney? >> >> In kmymoney's case "works for me" is a qualified "works for me" at >> best. The >> documentation blows up the build as well unless you specifically >> disable the pdf >> documents or install a 3rd party perl package of html2ps: > > Does anybody actually use kmymoney? Somebody with knowledge who can > attest whether these additional build options hamper or cripple > usage? Is a database backend critical for usage or does the app use > an alternate method for storing data? > > I have no idea because I don't use the app. > > Is the emperor wearing clothes? > > Darrell > > Darrell, All, For all these minor apps, I've opened: R14 Broken Packages (minor apps) - future fix or delete? http://bugs.pearsoncomputing.net/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=1944 As noted in the bug description the broken packages should be considered in connection with: Directories to be Removed from the TDE Git Tree http://bugs.pearsoncomputing.net/show_bug.cgi?id=1937 The current apps included as build but broken in 1944 are: kasablanca kftpgrabber kmymoney (referencing bug 1942) I don't use any of these applications, but they either need to be tracked for fixing in 14.0.1 (bug 1944) or listed as a candidate for deletion (bug 1937). I don't care which bug any of the packages ultimately end up in, but they need to be tracked, packages need to know their status, and a educated decision made to "keep or kick" the packages. I have cross-referenced 1937 and 1944 in bug tracker. Add building but broken packages to 1944, add candidates for deletion to 1937. When it is time to make the decision on all packages, we will probably need to combine both bugs into 1. Sort out which will be fixed and delete the rest from the Git tree. -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.