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> New Beta Packages, why no KDE 3.5.1, x.org or kword?
danboid
post Mar 8 2006, 01:51 AM
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I've just been browsing the feeds for the new beta and I'm wondering why-

KDE hasn't been updated to 3.5.1?

Still uses xfree instead of x.org (would the driver have to be re-wrote?)?

Where is the kword port?

If there is ONE package I would love to see ported to pdaxrom its kword. In my eyes the Z KDE port is pretty useless at the moment, as its unusable unless you're lucky enough to have 128MB RAM in yr Z. A kword port would single-handedly justify the porting of the KDE libs to the Z by giving us another wp to choose.

PLEASE port kword sashz!

Thanks!

dan
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post Mar 8 2006, 06:43 PM
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QUOTE(danboid @ Mar 8 2006, 07:51 PM)
I've just been browsing the feeds for the new beta and I'm wondering why-

KDE hasn't been updated to 3.5.1?

Still uses xfree instead of x.org (would the driver have to be re-wrote?)?

Where is the kword port?

If there is ONE package I would love to see ported to pdaxrom its kword. In my eyes the Z KDE port is pretty useless at the moment, as its unusable unless you're lucky enough to have 128MB RAM in yr Z. A kword port would single-handedly justify the porting of the KDE libs to the Z by giving us another wp to choose.

PLEASE port kword sashz!

Thanks!

dan
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becos this is not a new version or dot release of pdaX. It's a beta refresh which means only bug fixes and no major package updates unless absolutely necessary because of bugs.
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