[linux-audio-user] rosegarden without KDE?

Petter Sundlöf petter.sundlof at findus.dhs.org
Fri Feb 24 11:33:28 EST 2006

That's ridiculous. Disk space is dirtcheap nowadays. Rosegarden only 
depends on the support libraries and does not force you to actually use 
KDE. You've put yourself in a weird/bad situation by not using 
packages... Applications are developed faster by using preexisting 
infrastructures, like the GNOME or KDE support frameworks.

Michelle Konzack wrote:
> Hello *,
> I am working professionel (not as musican) and like to use a program
> like rosegarden, but without KDE and GNOME.  Because I must maintain
> all of my computers my self and make backports and own packages (I am
> working under Debian) I do not want to maintain tonns (86 MByte) of
> EXTRA packages from KDE, which deinstall in the same time my half
> workstation (I hate those monsters of KDE and GNOME and using only
> fvwm which works perfectly since 1999).
> Is it possibel to compile rosegarden without KDE?
> If not, is there another equivalent program?
> Greetings
>     Michelle Konzack

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