Here's an initial attempt at creating a akonadi-mysql subpkg.
It's purpose includes:
* provide a way for users/admin's to more-easily control which akonadi
backend gets used by default. when akonadi-mysql is present => mysql,
if not => sqlite
* allows mysql (and friends) to drop out of fedora's critical path
(which the mysql maintainer isn't fond of)
Once built, we can add akonadi-mysql to comps to get installed by
I've tested upgrading from pristine akonadi setup/config as well as one
with an existing customized /etc/xdg/akonadi/akonadiserverrc file.
Any comments, thoughts, feedback?
(1) though I'd personally not want this, my fellow kde-sig'ers disagreed
with me last time the topic was debated.
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