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Re: the way forward for kde3, xine, and arts
On Wed, Apr 04, 2012 at 11:07:27AM +1200, Mark Davies wrote:
> > Let's try this again, since the last attempt didn't have the right
> > Subject: and so probably nobody noticed.
> > kde3 broke recently because the new xine-lib removed the xine-arts
> > plugin, which is required by several kde3 packages.
> > Does anyone know what the recommended approach to dealing with this
> > is? We can probably for now restore the xine-arts plugin (although
> > it'll take work) but that's not a good long-term plan if there's
> > another alternative.
> I just built kdemultimedia3 against an old xine-lib and xine-arts and
> then rebuilt having removed the xine-arts dependency and got no
> noticable difference in the package. I can't remember why I
> originally added the xine-arts dependency but looks like its no longer
> needed. That will get kdemultimedia3 building which in turn should
> allow the kde3 meta-pkg to build. Then its just a few stray kde3
> packages (kmplayer-kde3 any others?) that need to be looked at.
That's the only one I can find with grep. Other stuff that's failed
seems to have done so via kdemultimedia3.
The problem with kaffeine and xine is not related.
David A. Holland
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