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[openFATE 310397] kmldonkey for opensuse
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  • Date: Tue, 28 Dec 2010 13:01:13 +0100 (CET)
  • Message-id: <feature-310397-5@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Feature changed by: Eduard Huguet (eduardhc)
Feature #310397, revision 5
Title: kmldonkey for opensuse

Buildservice: Done
Requester: Desirable

Requested by: Andreas Ritter (eddie8_de)
Partner organization:

A package of kmldonkey (kde-extragear) for opensuse 11.3 and following
versions would be very nice!

#1: Jos Poortvliet (jospoortvliet) (2010-08-22 18:30:32)
Agreed. It just needs a packager to make it on -
which is actually really easy. Anyone can do it from a windows system
from the webbrowser - if they're willing to put in some time. Maybe you
feel like it?
I recently learned about the buildservice and wanted to make an
example, a how-to, of it, but don't have had time yet. Again, however,
it is or rather should be really simple. I wonder if you could help me
- if you feel up to it. You would need
You, or anyone else reading this, up for trying this out and screenshotting
every step so it can be turned into an how-to?

#2: Jos Poortvliet (jospoortvliet) (2010-08-22 18:31:37)
To be more precise, this post:

#3: Sascha Peilicke (saschpe) (2010-12-20 09:08:25)
Available in the KDE:KDE3 and filesharing Build Service repositories.

+ #4: Eduard Huguet (eduardhc) (2010-12-28 13:01:05) (reply to #3)
+ This is the KDE3 version. Wouldn't it be better to provide the KDE4
+ one, which also includes a plasma applet?
+ The lemmy04
+ (
+ provides a kmldonkey 2.0 package, but it's compiled against the
+ upstream version of KDE, not the standard one released with OpenSUSE.
+ Maybe I could give it a try to the OBS service and attempt to build the
+ package myself, I don't know how hard can this be. I have a fairly
+ extense experience regarding Qt development, and I've even collaborated
+ (very sparsely, I admit) with some KDE projects in the past, so maybe
+ this can make things easier for me.
+ Kind regards

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