[kde-freebsd] Re: HEADS UP: GNOME 2.14 being merged into the tree

michael johnson buhnux at gmail.com
Tue May 2 00:17:12 UTC 2006

On 5/1/06, Michael Nottebrock <lofi at freebsd.org> wrote:
> michael johnson schrieb:
> > I have an idea, why not just leave kdegraphics depending on xpdf
> > and we can go ahead and commit poppler-utils and bump PORTREVISION
> > on poppler so kde and gnome will get along again.
> That was indeed the idea. :) If you approve of the changes, go right
> ahead!

sorry, I'm a little slow sometimes...  please commit! =)

> This way nobody on the kde side will have to rebuild anything.
> I didn't plan on changing dependencies in kdegraphics right away - just
> testing for now. If the changes work out alright, they might go in the
> next time a bump becomes necessary - or when KDE 3.5.3 comes out.
> By the way - thanks for actually taking the time and creating a slave
> port for poppler-qt, too. It's good to see an @gnome-maintained port
> supporting multiple toolkit-bindings that doesn't just --disable-qt
> --enable-gtk.

oh yeah no problem, I saw that kde was probably going to use poppler
in the future and I figured it'd just be easier to go ahead and split it
then do it down the road.

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