[PyKDE] Seperate Qscintilla from PyQt
nealj at NLS.net
Thu Dec 12 06:00:01 GMT 2002
Like I said... newbie question.... had to ask. I figured if they were all
in pieces parts anyways, you could redistribute however if you had all the
time in the world...
Which none of us has. :-)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Frederick Polgardy Jr" <polgardy at bodacion.com>
To: "Jack Neal" <nealj at nls.net>; <pykde at mats.gmd.de>
Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2002 11:50 PM
Subject: Re: [PyKDE] Seperate Qscintilla from PyQt
> Is it possible to distribute both ways? I know it takes a lot of time for
> someone to put this stuff together; it seems to me if the code is sitting
> out there, someone could run with it and package however they pleased.
Maybe if you're packaging Hello World. :) Managing something of this
magnitude is an incredible task (thanks to you guys for doing it, I don't
even *think* of mucking through the real sources most of the time!).
If you're just doing an rpm -i anyway, what's the difference between one
and twenty files on the command line? There's no makefile madness either
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