Re: TECH: PNG files
|From:||Boudewijn Rempt <bsarempt@...>|
|Date:||Monday, October 11, 1999, 19:47|
On Mon, 11 Oct 1999, Paul Bennett wrote:
> Boudewijn writes:
> Ok. I was hoping for an easy "in" to Kura, which I guess will have to wa=it
> until I dl Redhat.
> As I'm headed to Redhat, I'm presuming KDE and Qt will be reasonably easy= to
> come by? ISTR Redhat has just moved (v6.0) its default desktop from Gnom=e to
> KDE (or vice versa) but has both in its distribution? Therefore the whol=e
> "Widgets" issue becomes moot. No worries!
I'd go for Mandrake, Slackware or S=FCse - Redhat still has something
against KDE and almost all problems reported with KDE come from Redhat
users. In any case, very few distributions already have KDE 1.1.2,
so you can just grab the source from www.kde.org, configure, make and
make install (mind the libpng problems, though!), and forget
about the rpm's. It's all fairly simple, really. The Qt libraries in
your distribution are probably current enough.
> btw, When's the next "public release" of Kura?
I meant to prepare it this weekend, but I was sidetracked a bit by
the most involved binge I've been on since years - it all started
when a couple of collegues proposed to have a beer in the local
pub... Great fun, but I ended up feeling a bit brackish ;-).
But the redesign of the database interface is ready, I=20
will now proceed to define the repository and do something to=20
split texts in elements. Next weekend, I thing.
Boudewijn Rempt | http://denden.conlang.org/~bsarempt