msp at debian.org
Tue Aug 1 16:03:41 UTC 2006
On Monday 17 July 2006 21:20, Santiago Garcia Mantinan wrote:
> Second one... some time ago I sent bug 367258 to see if somebody could get
> our current twinkle build system to build a light version of twinkle
> without kde, I tried a couple of times but I don't know enough of cdbs to
> be able to make the necesary changes.
I'm not against this, but I don't want to overly complicate the build system
as a result.
The current asterisk classic/bristuff is a little difficult to manage,
especially with upstream patches for each new upstream release.
While twinkle shouldn't be that difficult, I don't want to make it overly
Also the kde integration is one of twinkle's strengths, but I would say that
sitting on my KDE desktop... Especially the addressbook, pictures, sip:/
> What I want is to be able to offer a twinkle for the non kde users, just
> that, I'm using a twinkle-light package myself here and looks ok and really
> worth when you are not using kde.
I can understand the intent, but I don't know if the means justify it.
Pulling in kde libs isn't that bad, with disk/ bandwidth being cheep. Given
two many choices can be bad for the users as well. If people do want a lite
version it is a simple complier flag.. Perhaps we could include in the
As a dedicated KDE user I have been pulling in bits and pieces of gnome
libraries over the years to get things like gnomeeting, gnucash and the like
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