Franky Van Liedekerke liedekef at telenet.be
Mon Apr 27 16:15:24 CEST 2009

On Mon, Apr 27, 2009 at 3:54 PM, giacomo "giotti" mariani
<giacomomariani at yahoo.it> wrote:
>> Fabio Locati wrote:
>> > I think that we should have a "complete list" of the QtEI GITs:
>> > - http://github.com/liedekef/qtmoko/
>> > - http://github.com/lpotter/qtmoko/
>> > - http://github.com/radekp/qtmoko/
>> > - http://github.com/FilipBE/qtextended/
>> > - http://git.karadog.net/qt-extended-improved.git
>> > If you know others, please, report here.
>> Moro,
>> This is great! I have been hunting for such a list. What about the
>> differences between those, wikipage that explains which is most "stable"
>> and which is "most bleeding edge" would be nice.
>> AFAIK, karadog is supposed to be the stable one and others more or less
>> bleeding / dev..? Which ones are too bleeding to even consider and which
>> are meant just for the developer them selves to keep track on patches...
>> -- husku
> Moro,
> This (and also Franky  answer) is very interesting.
> A would also like to know something about the  different, already
> available, packaged QtEI distributions.
> Thank you very much from the NAND of my freerunner.
> Giacomo


there are 3 "distributions": karadogs, Radeks and mine. The same
comments as before apply to each: karadog runs on 2.6.24 and is behind
patches, radek (based on karadog) is running on 2.6.28 and behind on
patches, I'm running based on radek (patches included), but no binary
distro, just an install script.


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