All, Just a note on the current svn kdewebdev build. There are a few *optional* dependencies for quanta+ that are currently not built. They are probably somewhere in the tree waiting for a cmake port. If not, then we might want to add them to the 'todo' list for the 3.5.13 release. (low priority) Reason - when you first launch quant+ you are greeted with the following list of missing packages: Some applications required for full functionality are missing: - Kommander [http://kommander.kdewebdev.org] - various script based dialogs including the Quick Start dialog will not be available; - Tidy [http://tidy.sourceforge.net] - HTML syntax checking will not be available; - Kompare [http://bruggie.dnsalias.org/kompare] - comparing of files by content will not be available; - GPG (OpenPGP) [http://www.gnupg.de] - preview browser configuration will not be available; - KXSLDbg [http://xsldbg.sourceforge.net/] - XSLT debugging will not be available; - KImageMapEditor [http://www.nongnu.org/kimagemap/] - editing HTML image maps will not be available; - KLinkStatus [http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=12318] - link validity checking will not be available; - Cervisia [http://www.kde.org/apps/cervisia] - CVS management plugin will not be available. For Arch Linux (as with most other distributions) tidy and gnupg are already available and can simply be added as dependencies of the kdewebdev package by the person packaging it. (note: the gpg dependency is for gnupg NOT gnupg2) However, the following are only available as kde4 packages (at least on Arch) - Kommander - Kompare - KXSLDbg - KImageMapEditor - KLinkStatus - Cervisia (usually packaged as part of the kde-sdk) Also, since cvs is somewhat outmoded by svn,git,etc.. the quanta dependency for cervisia could just be dropped if it presents too much of a problem to include. (at least in my opinion - others may want it) As noted in the subject, these are OPTIONAL dependencies for quanta so they are low on the manpower priority list, but they are certainly 'nice to have' and convey a bit of 'polish' when they are present. -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.