this is my ebuild for katapult, something like Quicksilver for OS X.
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I think this bug can be closed. It is unlikely to be continued as the
developer announced in
and will most likely be superseded by a feature of kde4
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Not everybody thinks that Katapult is dead...
Kubuntu developers picked it up where the original maintainer left it.
Here's the version that's in the default install of Kubuntu 5.10.
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And here's the latest from kubuntupult development SVN.
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This is the ebuild for the new version of katapult 0.3.1
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hoffmeis's looked sloppy. Try this one instead.
*** Bug 121154 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
wow - I didnt know it was so simple for an ebuild - am glad someone is packaging this up though! looking good!
oh, homepage should be
Hm the test here is not right: I start it, then right click to configure and I get a segfault:
#0 0x0000000000411116 in KatapultConfigDlg::addDisplaySettings (this=0x6bb9d0)
#1 0x0000000000411a78 in KatapultConfigDlg (this=0x6bb9d0, settings=0x63fcf0)
#2 0x000000000041055c in KatapultSettings::configure (this=0x63fcf0)
#3 0x0000000000410624 in KatapultSettings::qt_invoke (this=0x63fcf0, _id=4,
_o=0x7649fe79e030) at katapultsettings.moc:114
#4 0x0000357667d760d8 in QObject::activate_signal (this=0x6b31c0,
clist=<value optimized out>, o=0x7649fe79e030) at qobject.cpp:2356
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I also have the segfault problem, using katapult with kde3.5 and gcc-3.3.4
Works fine for me, using KDE 3.5.1 and GCC 3.4.5
emerge info would help to nail down where the problem lies.
By the way I sent a cleanup patch (at least to drop a few cases) to Martin but haven't heard from him yet..
Flameeyes - where did you send the patch to?
Uh.. to your email address (took from here)... firstname.lastname@example.org ..
i've added that patch to the bzr stuff...
not too sure about the segfault thoguh - have you tried gcc 3.4on gentoo/
I'm about to make a point release for this - if you want to try to see if it still segfaults? I havent made any changes that do
What arch are you trying to build on?
I'll take care of 0.3.1.1, seems working fine here this time :)
Works great on x86, so ~x86 can be added.