On Monday 28 October 2013 10:47:13 Vishesh Handa wrote:
> Hey everyone
> The patch applies perfectly (in the 2.9 branch). However, my cmake foo
> is not the great, so it would be nice if some else could also take a
> look at it.

Great :)
> @Lisandro: I assume you'll want a new release of Soprano to be made?
> 2.9.5? Soprano 2.10 is not going to be released, we're going to jump
> to version 3.0 after this which will break binary compatibility since
> we will be moving to Qt5.

Sune Vuorela told me that there might be soprano upstream devs that might be 
using our packaged virtuoso. If we switch virtuoso+soprano to m-a paths, their 
dev builds of soprano will stop working.

So if the patch gets accepted upstream and you find it ok, we can simply patch 
our current soprano (2.9.3 iirc) and upstream devs will get it the necessary 
changes via soprano's repo.

Kinds regards, Lisandro.

"In college, I cooked some hot dogs by putting metal forks in each end of the
hot dog and running 120 volts through it. Hot dogs have just enough
conductivity so that this works well"
  greenroom(576281) - on a truly geeky way to cook hot dogs.
  Posted in Slashdot, also found in The Open Source Cookbook for Geeks.

Lisandro Damián Nicanor Pérez Meyer

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