From: Thomas Braun <braun@ph...> - 2006-08-26 14:02:43
in principle it should be no problem for us to keep the kate files up to date
but in practise ...
I would suggest one of the following solutions:
1) Using debians divert mechanism, it sounds like what we need
Users without kile have kate's syntax files and kile users have kile's syntax
Or using alternatives!?
2) Making symlinks from kate's syntax files to kile's syntax files. SVN
starting from 1.1 supports this, but I don't know if it is wanted that one
makes links from main KDE to extragear or vice versa.
Thanks for your help maintainers
atm, to resolve the problem, we'll keep syntax file in kdelibs-data, and we
are writing a shell script to keep up-to-date syntax file.
see current idea:
then we can do the sync, or ping you to do it ...
From: Thomas Braun <braun@ph...> - 2006-08-29 21:08:03
On Saturday 26 August 2006 17:19, Fathi Boudra wrote:
> atm, to resolve the problem, we'll keep syntax file in kdelibs-data, and we
> are writing a shell script to keep up-to-date syntax file.
> see current idea:
> then we can do the sync, or ping you to do it ...
this is also a good solution.
just for information, Holger Danielsson just commited a fix to latex.xml and
also synced the versions in KDE (trunk and branch 3.5) with kile's versions.