On Mon, 2006-07-03 at 03:45 +0200, Helge Hess wrote:
On Jul 2, 2006, at 17:44, Erwin Rol wrote:
> One thing about OGo that kind of "annoys" me is the rather messy code
> releasing, everything is dumped in one directory and you just have to
> figure out what belongs together and what not, also a good step by
> build manual is also not easy to find.
I can't follow that either. You need
- SOPE, including gstep-make, libobjc and libFoundation (all included)
Of course everything is included, it is just thrown on one big pile and
have fun. Creating a directory structure with sets of archives that
belong together might make things a bit more "organized".
Thats it. Everything else is contained in Fedora.
Build instructions are also available, SOPE:
Those do not work for you on a supported platform??? (i.e. not 64bit)
If not, please provide feedback! (feedback(a)opengroupware.org or one
of the mailing lists)
As explained in the other mail, its not the RPM's provided by OGo but
building the SRPM's in a Fedora compatible way.
On 64bit the number of compiler warnings is just scary, it is very
unlikely that they are all harmless.