sorry for late response, but i have some health problems.
Thanks for explanation of the situation :-)
Dňa Sun, 8 May 2011 00:15:17 +0200 Zoltan Padrah
> 2011/5/7 Slavko <slavino@...>:
> > Ahoj,
> > Dňa Sat, 7 May 2011 21:37:33 +0200 Zoltan Padrah
> > <zoltan.padrah@...> napísal:
> >> Hello,
> >> since the last update on the components, the following improvements
> >> have been made:
> > thanks for report.
> > Please, can you please write small report for us, which are not
> > developers, too? :-)
> > In last days the KTechlab was removed from debian (testing), and
> > then it will be removed from all distros, which are debian based.
> This is not a good news. I guess we will have to get in contact with
> the maintainers, and see what needs to be done.
> > Is Ktechlab installable and how is usable? Is here some (alfa|beta)
> > release?
> Ktechlab is split in 2 parts now:
> - gui: in master git branch; for Julian it works, I've ran into
> strange installation problems. It supposed to have the drawing and
> routing part working. (here comes some kdevplatform plugin system
> - simulator: it's in the minimal_simulator branch, mostly I'm working
> on it. The simulator core seems to be working, I'm porting the
> components and writing test cases for them. Depending in the effort i
> can allocate to it, in a few months it should be completely
> - we should see how we can integrate the simulator with the Caneda
> project; this way a simple, qt based gui could be available
> - merge the 2 branches; we should have the flexibility for usage with
> 2 user interfaces
> - after we have the source code in 1 place, start integrating the
> components from the simulator with the gui parts
> - meanwhile porting more and more components can be done
> These are the next tasks to do. More on the list are the flowcode,
> microbe, and so on.
> For now, the gui can be tested, but it has some installation issues.
> The simulator also has some test-cases, which will print out
> (hopefully) everything OK.
> An alpha should be released when a few components can be tested with
> the gui.
> > How long will be porting - in weeks, in moths or in years? Is here
> > some plan?
> I'd say it highly depends on the time we can invest in it. I'd like to
> have the first testable version out in 3 months, then progressively
> reach feature parity with 0.3.7.