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#1 2005-06-04 13:11:47

Legout
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Making seperate KDE packages

I wrote a little how to in the wiki.look here

Thanks to tpowa for his help!

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#2 2005-06-05 07:31:58

dtw
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Re: Making seperate KDE packages

i thought that was a request then!  I was thinking "Man, legout is dead meat when tpowa sees this!"

lol

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#3 2005-06-05 11:33:49

Legout
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Re: Making seperate KDE packages

:twisted:

I`M STILL ALIVE  wink

In fact i first asked tpowa in irc,if it´s possible to split all big kde packages. But he won´t do that. It´s to much work especially finding all deps. And he agreed that it would be a good idea to write a little how to in the wiki.

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#4 2005-06-06 05:42:43

dtw
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Re: Making seperate KDE packages

Cool - good work smile

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#5 2005-06-06 09:13:28

Legout
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Re: Making seperate KDE packages

dibblethewrecker wrote:

Cool - good work smile

Thanks big_smile

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#6 2005-06-12 15:28:52

Mith
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Re: Making seperate KDE packages

so there is the kpdf package build already. shouldn't it be possible to come up for more pkgbuilds for a couple more common kde apps? ( like kdm, kicker, konqueror, quanta+ etc.)


ArchLinux (x86_64) w/ kdemod

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#7 2005-06-12 15:42:59

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Re: Making seperate KDE packages

If someone likes experiments - can try emerge - in portage there are separate kde ebuilds

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#8 2005-06-12 17:16:48

Legout
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Re: Making seperate KDE packages

Mith wrote:

so there is the kpdf package build already. shouldn't it be possible to come up for more pkgbuilds for a couple more common kde apps? ( like kdm, kicker, konqueror, quanta+ etc.)

I´s very easy to make your own PKGBUILD for all apps you´ll have seperate.
Have a look at the wiki-entry

Anybody could use this and send his PKGBUILDS than

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#9 2005-06-13 06:35:46

miracle
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Re: Making seperate KDE packages

Great  topic !
I hope that it will have official support.
It is  very negative that arch do not has separate KDE packages, sigh ~~~  :cry:

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#10 2005-06-13 15:13:26

Mith
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Re: Making seperate KDE packages

how do I find out which program is in which package???


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#11 2005-06-13 15:15:36

Snowman
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Re: Making seperate KDE packages

pacman -Qo /path/to/file

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#12 2005-06-13 15:49:17

Mith
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Re: Making seperate KDE packages

just in case someone is interested. Here are some usefull programs and their packages. I think I'll start today playing around with it ... this could be a new community project. Do you guys think there is a limit when it's no use to make single packages? For kdebase for example, there are a lot of programs included that are usefull.. or how do we know what packages out of kdebase or kdelibs or kdeadmin is absolutely necessary to run kde?

kpdf       - kdegraphics
kdvi       - kdegraphics
kuickshow  - kdegraphics

kdm        - kdebase
konsole    - kdebase
konqueror  - kdebase
kicker     - kdebase
kpager     - kdebase

quanta     - kdewebdev

korganizer - kdepim
kontact    - kdepim
kmail      - kdepim

kmplot     - kdeedu

kmix       - kdemultimedia

kuser      - kdeadmin
kcron      - kdeadmin

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#13 2005-06-14 13:29:17

jerem
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Re: Making seperate KDE packages

Well, the maintainer would not have to calculate all dependencies since several distros already have seperate packages(gentoo,debian).

Why not simply use their work and translate their package system to PKGBUILDs ?

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#14 2005-06-14 17:12:48

Mith
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Re: Making seperate KDE packages

jerem wrote:

Well, the maintainer would not have to calculate all dependencies since several distros already have seperate packages(gentoo,debian).

Why not simply use their work and translate their package system to PKGBUILDs ?

well I don't know, we could take the gentoo ebuilds.. I don't know how easy it is to translate those into a pkgbuild  :?:  :?:  :?:


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#15 2005-06-14 17:42:30

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Re: Making seperate KDE packages

I'm trying to make a arch PKG via emerge smile

# $Id: PKGBUILD,v 1.17 2005/01/13 06:18:59 dorphell Exp $
# Maintainer: dorphell <dorphell@archlinux.org>
pkgname=dillo
pkgver=0.8.4
pkgrel=1
pkgdesc="A small, fast graphical web browser built on GTK+"
url="http://www.dillo.org"
depends=('gtk' 'libjpeg' 'libpng' 'perl' 'openssl')
backup=(etc/dillo/{dillorc,dpidrc})
#source=(http://dillo.auriga.wearlab.de/download/dillo-$pkgver.tar.bz2)
#md5sums=('ebf17d6cca1fccc8bc80acdf05e736a3')

build() {
  emerge -O dillo
}

If someone wants to play witch it... this ebuild makes an empty pkg and I don't have time now to "fix" it (:P:P:P exams tongue:P:P) other options:
- emerge makes gentoo PKG -> something makes a Arch PKG out of it - Gentoo dillo PKG

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#16 2005-06-28 17:36:43

rasat
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Re: Making seperate KDE packages

Legout wrote:

I´s very easy to make your own PKGBUILD for all apps you´ll have seperate. Have a look at the wiki-entry

Thanks for the how-to? Here are same samples. Myself, I removed all KDE packages from my machine and now using only these standalone packages (something what I wanted since long time).
http://user-contributions.org/users/inc … tandalone/

They are still in development. There is a topic:
http://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?t=13227

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