Re: building it for Mac OS / Windows
> But it's unstable as hell. I usually get about 5 clicks until
> something makes it go down. Last time it took quite an amount of OS X
> with it, leaving me at a new login window.
> Therefor my unsaved notes in a text editor were lost and the command
> line given above is made up from memory.
> If I just be very carefully with my clicks it just stops loading
> preview thumbnails after about 5 pictures
> As the whole build with all the dependencies took about two days, I
> gave it a try on a windows machine while waiting.
> Of course there is no prebuild binary either. The website says so,
> but just redirects to the kde-on-windows site offering in 'kde
> installer', which just as macports compiles things from source.
> Albeit said on the website, there is no beta3 package availiable
> within the 'kde installer', so I took the beta1.
> It actually builds and starts! But it kept spitting error messages
> about not being able to connect to the dbus server with every other
> dialog box. That's probably the kde installers fault, which just
> didn't succeeded in preparing the whole kde environment.
I can't comment on KDE-on-Windows status. There was some trouble with writing
a native DBus implementation.
> If this is the state of being for the final release of digikam 1.0.0,
> you better scratch that 'multi platform' off the website. Digikam is
> strictly mono-platform, and this platform is KDE.
> Whatever the KDE guys are saying, just because QT4 would enable it to