Andras Mantia <amantia(a)kde.org> writes:
On Friday 22 September 2006 16:12, Andreas Jaeger
about adding some tools for that ?
No problem for me - let's hear what others think...
> 1) Quanta+ (part of kdewebdev3 package)
Of course I suggest adding it. ;-) But remember, that Quanta+ needs
other software to work completely and correctly, mainly the rest of
kdewebdev and for some features cervisia from kdesdk. These are not
hard, but soft requirements.
This is described in the PACKAGING file in the kdewebdev source.
I know Gnome has its own web development tool (Bluefish), and there is
NVU as well, so it might make sense to have kdewebdev installed only if
KDE is selected and Bluefish only if Gnome is selected. I didn't follow
the pattern discussion closely, so I don't know if this is possible or
not. If not, I don't mind if Quanta is always installed. ;-) But it
needs kdelibs as well in that case.
I'm not sure where NVU would fit as well...
I've added now bluefish, kdewebdev and nvu as optional (not enabled by
default) packages, so the users sees them and can easily select
The GNOME/KDE logic is possible as well - another time, this is more
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