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Michael Michael Pyne

kdesvn-build

Development Jul 11 2008
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abakus

Utilities May 08 2006
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reset-screen

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KDE Asciiquarium

Screensavers Sep 16 2005
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.torrent file editor

Utilities Jun 07 2005
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kdeapp-template

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Sunset

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kfile_torrent

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kdesvn-build Development
Jul 11 2008
kdesvn-build Development
Jun 29 2008
kdesvn-build Development
Oct 17 2006
abakus Utilities
May 08 2006
KDE Asciiquarium Screensavers
Mar 11 2006
kdesvn-build Development
Feb 12 2006
kdesvn-build Development
Feb 07 2006
.torrent file editor Utilities
Oct 20 2005
KDE Asciiquarium Screensavers
Sep 17 2005
kdesvn-build Development
Jul 28 2005
kdesvn-build Development
Sounds like a nice idea, and I'm always looking to make kdesvn-build more convenient to use. Perhaps you could file a bug/wishlist item on kdesvn-build on the KDE Bugzilla at http://bugs.kde.org/ ? I know it may be a bit of hassle but it makes it much easier for me to track outstanding bugs and feature requests, especially since I don't often check the comments on this page.
Jul 12 2005
kdesvn-build Development
Jul 08 2005
abakus Utilities
Jun 12 2005
kdesvn-build Development
Jun 08 2005
kdesvn-build Development
To be honest I'm surprised it worked at all (although I don't mind trying to get it to work). Let me just point out that Stephan Binner's Konstruct tool is the best way to install *releases* of KDE. http://developer.kde.org/build/konstruct/ This is because with a KDE release you have source tarballs to work off of. HTTP and FTP are both much faster protocols than Subversion, so this is quicker for yourself, and less CPU intensive for the KDE mirror. However if you're compiling branch or trunk then kdesvn-build is your best choice so you can stay current with the latest happening in the source repo. ;-)
Jun 07 2005