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kopete irc plugin

   0.1.2  

KDE Chat Application

Score 67%
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  920
Submitted:  Oct 14 2009
Updated:  Dec 23 2009

Description:

Kopete IRC plugin. Requires libircclient-qt-0.3.2:

http://bitbucket.org/jpnurmi/libircclient-qt/wiki/Home

Please donate for honoring several weeks of work and motivation for making the plugin better.

Now with packages on opensuse buildservice project home:cyberbeat.

After compilation you may simply create a rpm/deb/.. package by calling "cpack -G RPM"




Changelog:

0.1.2: better handling (gui updates) for large channels/server-messages, work on kopete modifications
0.1.1: cmakefile changes
0.1: The first version supports only a minimal feature set, some things are still missing, and the code has to be refactored for the next version.




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 options for cmake

 
 by raygo1975 on: Jul 14 2010
 
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I am on the last steps to install your irc client for kopete. I have found and downloaded/installed qmake, found and downloaded/installed libircclient-qt 0.3.2
Now I am about to compile your code. I am a newbie and have never used cmake. What options if any do i need to use and do I just run cmake from the irc directory created by the tar file for the irc client? should I run cmake with sudo?
I really do not want to mess this up after all the work it took to get this far.
Thank you in advance for any help.


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 Re: options for cmake

 
 by raygo1975 on: Jul 14 2010
 
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I saw that cmake had an -i option which runs it in wizard mode so I tried that and took all the defaults at all the prompts for input. I then tried to do a cpack -G DEB but it asked for a package name. So I did a make (i saw that the cmake had created a make file) followed by sudo make install.
The sudo make install failed with the message :make: *** No rule to make target `install'. Stop.

I am going to stop now and wait for you to respond so I do not do any more damage.


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 problem to install

 
 by krzywda on: Oct 20 2010
 
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mayby anyone have deb x32 ubuntu with this plugin ? why this plugin is not on ubuntu repository


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 Cannot be installed on Kubuntu

 
 by joergm2706 on: Dec 22 2010
 
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Sorry, but the installation failed on Kubuntu 10.10. "Maverick". The file "libircclient" is not available on Kubuntu, instead of this there's a package (the successor) called "libircclient1". Is it possible to adjust the install script? Provided that your plugin works with it.


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 newer libircclient-qt

 
 by mmmGoode on: Mar 12 2011
 
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Hi,
an irc plugin for kopete would be superb! as there is no reasonable alternative now for kde4 (speaking about kopete only,sure).

Could you please update kopete-plugins-irc to the newest release of libircclient-qt which is now at 0.5, the working one so far seems to be 0.3.2.

I believe many distributions bundle the new version and this would help many people use the kopete plugin.

Many thanks!
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 Support of libircclient1

 
 by joergm2706 on: Apr 10 2011
 
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Back again, and I have to recognize that nothing happened. The newer *lib is still unsupported. Perhaps it would be better to write directly to the kopete maintainers, because support for the irc protocol should be included in kopete itsself out-of-the-box and not via additional plugin.


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