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To start an emerge based install, checkout the sources from the svn-directory trunk/kdesupport/kdewin32/emerge into a new kderoot directory. Copy the file kdesettings-environment.bat into the folder kderoot\etc, rename it to kdesettings.bat and change it according to your needs.
 
To start an emerge based install, checkout the sources from the svn-directory trunk/kdesupport/kdewin32/emerge into a new kderoot directory. Copy the file kdesettings-environment.bat into the folder kderoot\etc, rename it to kdesettings.bat and change it according to your needs.
  
You can get some help if you run <pre>emerge --help</pre>.
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You can get some help if you run: <pre>C:\kderoot\emerge\bin>emerge --help</pre>.
  
 
emerge.py is not yet usable together with the kdewin-installer but we're currently working on it.
 
emerge.py is not yet usable together with the kdewin-installer but we're currently working on it.

Revision as of 16:16, 20 September 2007

emerge / emerge.py is a tool to build the kde sources and its third party requirements on MS Windows.

To start an emerge based install, checkout the sources from the svn-directory trunk/kdesupport/kdewin32/emerge into a new kderoot directory. Copy the file kdesettings-environment.bat into the folder kderoot\etc, rename it to kdesettings.bat and change it according to your needs.

You can get some help if you run:
C:\kderoot\emerge\bin>emerge --help
.

emerge.py is not yet usable together with the kdewin-installer but we're currently working on it.


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