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#1 2008-07-28 19:21:52

burgerman
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[SOLVED] kde 4.1 and Quanta+

Since my last upgrade and switch to kde4.1 (it's really awesome) I'm on the verge of panicking since Quanta+ suddenly disappeared. How do I get it back? I realize from other forum posts that certian development libraries have been postponed until 4.2 in which case .... holy crap I'm screwed ... I reeaaaally need Quanta+ back.

Last edited by burgerman (2008-07-29 12:43:01)

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#2 2008-07-28 20:33:59

ckristi
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Re: [SOLVED] kde 4.1 and Quanta+

Try this:

pacman -S kdewebdev

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#3 2008-07-28 20:40:18

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Re: [SOLVED] kde 4.1 and Quanta+


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#4 2008-07-28 20:48:58

Pierre
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Re: [SOLVED] kde 4.1 and Quanta+

Provide a PKGBUILD and maybe who'll find someone to package it. (I think I maintain more than enough packages)

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#5 2008-07-29 04:48:04

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Re: [SOLVED] kde 4.1 and Quanta+

But quanta will need a seperate kdewebdev-3.x.y package too...
The project has been declared dead for another time, but there seem to be some people who wanna keep on developing it


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#6 2008-07-29 05:47:51

ckristi
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Re: [SOLVED] kde 4.1 and Quanta+

Ooops... I've seen later that Quanta+ is missing from kdewebdev 4.1.0. sad
I would recommend Bluefish or Nvu, but I'm not a web developer so I don't know if they're at least equal in functionality.
I just hope someone will bring Quanta+ to the next (4th) level (of KDE).


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#7 2008-07-29 08:47:32

burgerman
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Re: [SOLVED] kde 4.1 and Quanta+

@dolby: that's quite disturbing news. I thought Quanta+ was quite popular and attractive to develop on. Though the quanta.kdewebdev.ord website haven't been updated since 2005, I was certian that I've seen several new developed features since. Is there any announcements from the guys who wants to adopt Quanta+?

Bluefish and Nvu are problably both very capable, but it'll be hell to switch since I've spent years adapting to Quanta+

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#8 2008-07-29 09:52:39

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Re: [SOLVED] kde 4.1 and Quanta+

I have put a PKGBUILD into AUR: http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=18707

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#9 2008-07-29 12:32:01

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Re: [SOLVED] kde 4.1 and Quanta+

burgerman wrote:

@dolby: that's quite disturbing news. I thought Quanta+ was quite popular and attractive to develop on. Though the quanta.kdewebdev.ord website haven't been updated since 2005, I was certian that I've seen several new developed features since. Is there any announcements from the guys who wants to adopt Quanta+?

Bluefish and Nvu are problably both very capable, but it'll be hell to switch since I've spent years adapting to Quanta+

http://lists.kde.org/?l=quanta&m=121608240104459&w=2


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#10 2008-07-29 12:46:46

burgerman
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Re: [SOLVED] kde 4.1 and Quanta+

Thanks a million Pierre, this seem to work flawlessly. You're definately the man of the hour. I dare to tag this post as solved hoping it will work as fine for everyone as it did for me.


And thanks for the link Dolby!

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