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en.ABCD at gmail

Jul 22, 2009, 12:20 PM

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[kde-testing] Package.keywords split

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In about 24 hours, barring any unforeseen problems, I plan to split up the
kde-live.keywords file in the kde-testing overlay into 3 files:
kde-live.keywords
kde-extras-live.keywords
koffice-live.keywords

The new kde-live.keywords file will only contain the KDE release, proper.
The koffice-live.keywords will contain koffice, and kde-extras-live.keywords
will contain the various KDE misc. apps (such as AmaroK, etc.). If you are
currently using the kde-live.keywords file from the kde-testing overlay to
keyword any of the affected ebuilds, you will need to add the new keywords
files as well.

The goal is to make it easier to use live versions of miscellaneous KDE
apps, without forcing the use of KDE trunk, or vice-versa.

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1i5t5.duncan at cox

Jul 22, 2009, 10:03 PM

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Re: [kde-testing] Package.keywords split [In reply to]

ABCD <en.ABCD [at] gmail> posted h47m7t$k7v$1 [at] ger, excerpted
below, on Wed, 22 Jul 2009 14:36:36 -0400:

> The goal is to make it easier to use live versions of miscellaneous KDE
> apps, without forcing the use of KDE trunk, or vice-versa.

Thanks for the notice and your efforts. I'm not using the overlay now,
but I was for awhile, and it's possible/likely I will again in the
future, so such splits are useful, and the advance notice appreciated.
=:^)

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and if you use the program, he is your master." Richard Stallman

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