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    KOffice 1.2 for every distribution but Debian?
    Submitted by hildeb on Saturday, November 02, 2002 – 06:36
    KDESomebody was complaining about “Debian losing mindshare”. Right now I was considering to install KOffice 1.2, just to find that there are no packages available. Same for KDE 3.0.4 .
    I have to go to http://www.kde.org just to find that I have to add another line to my apt/sources.list to benefit from the latest stable KDE release.

    But for KOffice there’s no official or at least semi-official Debian package to download.

    DanielS: News to me. Have a look at the FAQ, and you’ll find … KOffice packages. KDE is coming to sid within a couple of weeks; we’ve had to wait on account of g++ 3.2. I don’t like it much more than you do.

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    Subject: Good things in Debian come to those who wait…
    Author: Netsnipe
    Date: Sunday, 2002/11/03 – 06:14
    Calc told me on IRC 12 hours ago that the KDE3 upload to unstable will be starting within a few days.

    Andrew ‘Netsnipe’ Lau
    Debian GNU/Linux Packager/Maintainer & Computer Science, UNSW
    “Netsnipe’s Law: Linux runs faster when you’re drunk.”
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    Subject: So they finally got tired of waiting for gcc 3.2?
    Author: joib
    Date: Wednesday, 2002/11/06 – 21:29
    So they are not going to wait for gcc 3.2 to be the default compiler anymore, huh? Anyway, what’s keeping gcc 3.2? sid still has old trusty gcc 2.95… Well, at least glibc 2.3 is in…
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    Subject: GCC 3.2
    Author: Claymen
    Date: Tuesday, 2002/11/12 – 11:53
    Ummm gcc 3.2 IS in sid, apt-get install gcc-3.2 etc, ive been using it for some time now

    Format.com, the only MS program that actually fixes windows…

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    Subject: GCC 3.2 is not _default_
    Author: Miciah
    Date: Wednesday, 2002/11/13 – 23:11
    The keyword is ‘default’. GCC 2.95 is still the default which means that Debian’s packages are compiled with it. The problem is that C++ software compiled with 2.95 is binary-incompatible with C++ software compiled with 3.2. So if you want to compile a typical program in Debian with 3.2 then you must recompile a bunch of libraries too.

     — Miciah <miciah@myrealbox.com>

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    Subject: Sssh.
    Author: DanielS
    Date: Sunday, 2002/11/03 – 12:34
    Yes, I’ve been hinting at it, but it’s not a fact we broadcast. Why? We were meant to have it there last Sunday, but there were last minute technical bitches, and don’t want to be held to a deadline.
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    Subject: deb http://people.debian.
    Author: grolschie
    Date: Sunday, 2002/11/03 – 04:04
    deb http://people.debian.org/~bab/kde3 ./
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    Subject: Don’t use these packages
    Author: jramiro
    Date: Sunday, 2002/11/03 – 18:35
    These packages are outdated and buggy.
    Please don’t use them.
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    Subject: I have been using them for a
    Author: grolschie
    Date: Wednesday, 2002/11/06 – 20:08
    I have been using them for a while. The seem very nice to me, no probs. As with any unofficial debs, use at own risk.
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    Subject: Oh?
    Author: DanielS
    Date: Monday, 2002/11/04 – 03:48
    News to me. Who said they were buggy, and why?
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    Subject: Why are they still there then
    Author: grolschie
    Date: Sunday, 2002/11/03 – 20:16
    Why are they still there then?
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