Subject: Re: keeping KDE v1 and v2 in parallel?
To: Hubert Feyrer <email@example.com>
From: Nick Hudson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/18/2000 17:33:43
Hubert Feyrer wrote:
> On Sat, 18 Nov 2000, Nick Hudson wrote:
> > I can co-ordinate things until we are in a position to commit.
> > Saying that I guess the only thing from stopping us importing is
> > libtool-1.4anb1. I done quite a bit of testing on it, but I can't say
> > I've tested all packages or any platform other than i386/1.5_BETA. Is
> > there a bulk build environment available now?
> I've started it again last night, and it'll probably be busy for a day or
> two. After that the machine will keep on running 1.5, and i'll head for
I'd like to update libtool and let a bulk build pick up any problems
that I've not picked up.
> And just a data point, in fact I didn't mention it: I'm running
> libtool-ml-20001116 here, and KDE seems to work
You mean you didn't do anything to fix the c++ exception handling
> (more or less... t just
> hung after being stable for a couple of hours, and after rebooting the
> machine I don't have a pager or clock in the panel.
I've never had a hang... Are you logging the output from startkde?
> BTW, how does one
> restart this - kpanel is gone... :/)
> I shall try to send you the modifications I have (mostly PLISTS, and some
> patches to get ksusguardd compiled (first cut, needs some work); you
> already got the mkdir-patch that was a real show stopper). I need some
> sleep first, though.
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