[PyKDE] License + new release soon? :$
verwilst at gentoo.org
Sat Dec 7 02:07:01 GMT 2002
On Saturday 07 December 2002 00:43, Kaleb Pederson wrote:
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|| As a note, I would love to see that done as well, or at least an option
|| that can be specified on the command line. I'm a gentoo user and would
|| like to see that.
|| Of course, you can just get around it by doing a simple:
|| $ echo "yes" | python build.py <config options>
|| But it is better not to.
|| Bart, do you have any interesting in building ebuilds for the snapshots?
|| As I do most of my development using PyQt, I have had to build my own for
|| the snapshots. Are these of any interest to you? Also, now that eric is a
|| distinct package, I presume we will see an ebuild for it here upon the
|| next release? I'll willing to help in these areas.
Do you have your own eric ebuild already?
Otherwise, it would be great if you could send it to me, saves me some work :p
I'll make sure eric becomes a part of Portage, rest assured :o)
|| - --Kaleb
|| On Friday 06 December 2002 03:23 pm, Bart Verwilst wrote:
|| > Hi!
|| > I'm the packager of pyQT + sip for Gentoo Linux.
|| > Could it be possible to abandon the use of explicitly having the user
|| > type "yes" before starting the install? Since Portage rules are not to
|| > allow user input during the install process, it would be much nicer
|| > just to have build.py list something like "By installing this, you
|| > automatically accept our license." Or something like it was before... I
|| > hope you take this into consideration...
|| > And also, when is a new release due? So we can release Gentoo 1.4 with
|| > full and working pyQT support for QT 3.1.
|| > Thanks in advance!
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