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Re: groupware for Fedora

On Mon, 2006-07-03 at 03:45 +0200, Helge Hess wrote:
> On Jul 2, 2006, at 17:44, Erwin Rol wrote:
> > One thing about OGo that kind of "annoys" me is the rather messy code
> > releasing, everything is dumped in one directory and you just have to
> > figure out what belongs together and what not, also a good step by  
> > step
> > build manual is also not easy to find.
> I can't follow that either. You need
> - SOPE, including gstep-make, libobjc and libFoundation (all included)
> - OGo

Of course everything is included, it is just thrown on one big pile and
have fun. Creating a directory structure with sets of archives that
belong together might make things a bit more "organized". 

> Thats it. Everything else is contained in Fedora.
> Build instructions are also available, SOPE:
>    http://sope.opengroupware.org/en/build/thirdparty.html
>    http://sope.opengroupware.org/en/build/sope.html
> and OGo:
>    http://www.opengroupware.org/en/devs/build/ogo.html
> Those do not work for you on a supported platform??? (i.e. not 64bit)  
> If not, please provide feedback! (feedback opengroupware org or one  
> of the mailing lists)

As explained in the other mail, its not the RPM's provided by OGo but
building the SRPM's in a Fedora compatible way. 

On 64bit the number of compiler warnings is just scary, it is very
unlikely that they are all harmless. 

- Erwin

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