On Wed, 2009-04-15 at 23:31 +0200, Kevin Kofler wrote:
Adam Williamson wrote:
> For Mandriva I used to have the old KDE 3.5 Kitchensync packaged, which
> was a great opensync GUI as it actually presented the module
> configurations in a nice abstracted pointy-clicky way. But we can't
> really realistically package it for Fedora 11, it'd be a pain to extract
> it from kdenetwork and build it with all the old KDE 3 deps.
* It's actually in kdepim, not kdenetwork.
Sorry, you're right, I was going off memory, should have checked :)
* I think it would be quite feasible to package for someone
Oh yes, it's certainly possible. I just didn't think anyone with the
skills to do it quickly would care enough. I could *do* it, but it'd
take me a while, and I don't have the time.
* I could even look into building it from the kdepim3 SRPM (which
builds only a compatibility libkcal).
* It might even work with the KDE 4 libopensync-plugin-kdepim given that in
my patch I use RTLD_DEEPBIND when loading the module which links to the KDE
4 libraries, so hopefully that avoids the symbol conflicts. Though that has
yet to be tested.
Certainly if you have the time it'd be a great thing to do, thanks a lot
if you do try :)
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