Also works on porting KDE to Windows since the times of KDE 1
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- Nov 8 2015, 9:23 PM (166 w, 3 d)
Tue, Jan 15
Thanks for your contribution.
Mon, Jan 14
This feature has been integrated into alkimia instead.
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Tue, Jan 8
I'm going to submit this with removed obsolete forward declaration
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Sat, Dec 29
I'm sorry - I do not have access rights to submit this patch to the related rpo.
Mon, Dec 24
see https://phabricator.kde.org/D17774 for related craft-bluprints-kde patch. Hope that works.
Sat, Dec 22
Assuming the default target in Umbrello is set to the currently released version this is fine
Where can see what the setting of the default target is ?
Fri, Dec 21
- fix clients of kioslave
See this https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=380139 as example. The different Qt installation layout depending on the platform is a nightmare for cross-platform support and ties up resources that are no longer available for more important things. Making cross compiled packaged on obs for example is mostly a simple copy and replace of specific variables (for example that shared files are located in bin dir, not in lib). Converting to the complete different Qt 5 path layout results into much more work without any benefit.
Why not joining the effort of the people that are working to get those applications on Windows,
You did not get the point. If there is anything left over besides the time I have to maintain the KDE applications and libraries, I go through this list (https://bugs.kde.org/showdependencytree.cgi?id=373932&hide_resolved=1) and try to fix the related issue.
The list has already been reduced from 66 to 28.
Yes there are more 'nightly' releases, which is a good thing :-),
I'd argue that the problem is with your distribution.
On opensuse there are the cross compile helper packages