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Base package of kdepim

This package contains the core files of the kdepim module.

Source Files

Filename Size Changed Actions
_service 380 Bytes about 2 years ago Download File
fix-build.patch 5.41 KB about 1 year ago Download File
knode5.spec 3.5 KB about 2 years ago Download File

Comments for home:wolfi323:branches:KDE:Frameworks5 (10)

akilgus wrote over 1 year ago

Thanks for your repository (not just knode5, for all other rpms available, too) - though support for my currently installed system has been dropped all in a sudden. Is there any specific reason, why you have deactivated builds for Leap 42.1?

wolfi323 wrote over 1 year ago

Yes. The "official" KDE:Frameworks5 repo has been removed for 42.1 completely, so my packages don't make much sense any more. See also http://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-kde/2017-02/msg00015.html .

If you want to have the latest Plasma5 and KDE Applications, you have to upgrade to 42.2. Sorry, but that wasn't my decision.

akilgus wrote over 1 year ago

Thanks for your answer. I already had been supposing that you had to keep up with external influences, without having had an idea, where to have a look at.

Therefore: Many thanks for pointing me to the source of information (the MLyou mentioned) that may prevent me being hit be this kind of change completely unaware again. Especially because https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:KDE_repositories and https://de.opensuse.org/KDE_Repositorys still point to the now non-existent repositories.

Added gmane.linux.suse.kde to subscripted newsgroups.

akilgus wrote over 1 year ago

BTW, there's a github repository of someone who tries to port knode to current KDE/Qt I thought you had been getting your sources for this package: https://github.com/d-graef/kdepim-noakonadi/commits/knode

Having been asked, the owner Detlef Gräf denied that your version was his one. So, as I thought knode was officially unmaintained, abandoned software - where did you get the updated code for knode5 from? I'd be interested in an updated version - though the filter section seems to be missing currently because of which I went back to version 4.14.10 after having had a look at knode5 ...

wolfi323 wrote over 1 year ago

> BTW, there's a github repository of someone who tries to port knode to current KDE/Qt I thought you had been getting your sources for this package

Yes, I know. Detlef Gräf actually contacted me yesterday... ;-)

> Having been asked, the owner Detlef Gräf denied that your version was his one. So, as I thought knode was officially unmaintained, abandoned software - where did you get the updated code for knode5 from?

The previous knode maintainer/developer actually did start to port knode to KF5/Qt5 after it had been dropped from KDEPIM. The sources are available in a personal scratch repo in KDE's git, and that's where I got them from. https://cgit.kde.org/clones/kdepim/otrichet/knode.git/ https://cgit.kde.org/scratch/otrichet/knode.git/

There hasn't been any work since December 2015 though.

And I had to do some (small) modifications to build it against the latest KDEPIM.

It more or less works, but isn't completely finished.

> I'd be interested in an updated version - though the filter section seems to be missing currently because of which I went back to version 4.14.10 after having had a look at knode5 ...

Haven't noticed the filter section, but the main thing missing is posting articles.

akilgus wrote over 1 year ago

> Yes, I know. Detlef Gräf actually contacted me yesterday... ;-)

OK, so you're in touch now. Fine. Here's the prologue: https://groups.google.com/d/msg/de.comp.os.unix.apps.kde/RVuWloSU3hY/BRgrNagoCgAJ :-)

> Haven't noticed the filter section, but the main thing missing is posting articles.

I know posters who would profit by this "feature". veg

wolfi323 wrote over 1 year ago

Thanks for that link.

FYI, I do really like to see a (official) release of the KF5 port myself, and do consider offering my help and working on it too... (as time permits)

No promises (yet) from my side though.

akilgus wrote over 1 year ago

Just one last comment; since I'm still on 42.1 I can not easily have a look if the following still applies:

Some of your packages (dolphin5 e.g.) had lead me into trouble opening files with spaces in their names. After some research, I found out that I had to adjust the corresponding .desktop file in /opt/kf5/share/applications/ - %u had to be surrounded by quotation marks.

wolfi323 wrote over 1 year ago

I "fixed" that recently, by removing my "hack" to call the kf5.sh script in the Exec lines. See https://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php/523319-KF5-file-associations-fail-with-spaces-in-file-names

Of course you will not get that any more as I don't build for 42.1... :-(

akilgus wrote over 1 year ago

Thanks for the link. For the time being I'm stuck on 42.1 for several reasons - if I'm running in "hack"-based trouble again, I'm going to have a closer look at your new solution and might try to bačkport it for my local installation at least partly.

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