On Wednesday 07 January 2004 21:03, Alexander Kellett wrote:
> On Wednesday 07 January 2004 18:26, Richard Dale wrote:
> > Alexander Kellett wrote:
> > > as bindings are not entirely simple distribution-wise in any case
> > > i think that a fair number of distributions will probably ship with
> > > korundum bindings - i merged the branch, but its still in
> > > do_not_compile by default, but that shouldn't matter, it is in the
> > > source tree at the very least, and we could probably get it enabled for
> > > 3.2.1 if the enable-pthread stuff is sorted. or in any case i'll make
> > > sure that gentoo at the very least has it for 3.2.x ;-)
> >
> > That's really good news Alex! If we can only sort out the pthreads/crash
> > and write a few marshallers we're golden..
>
> i've got a few evil ideas for this that i'll work on tonight...

yay. it works:
	http://lists.kde.org/?l=kde-cvs&m=107351612904433&w=2
and for sources:
	http://webcvs.kde.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb.cgi/kdebindings/korundum/bin/
(whenever it actually syncs with main cvs...)

Alex

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