./misc/kdepim3, Personal Information Management tools for the KDE desktop

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Branch: pkgsrc-2008Q1, Version: 3.5.9, Package name: kdepim-3.5.9, Maintainer: markd

This package provides personal information management applications that are
part of the standard KDE environment:

* kmail: a full-featured email client
* kmailcvt: converts addressbooks to kmail format
* knode: online newsreader
* korn: new mail notification tool
* kandy: sync phone book entries between your cell phone and computer
("kandy" comes from "Handy", the german word used for a cellular)
* korganizer: a calendar-of-events and todo-list manager
* kpilot: to sync with your PalmPilot
* kalarm: gui for setting up personal alarm/reminder messages
* kalarmd: personal alarm/reminder messages daemon
* knotes: yellow notes application

There is also quite an amount of infrastructure in this package:

* ldif: a parser for LDIF, the LDAP Information Interchange Format
* libdif: dito, one of them is superfluous
* libical: a basic iCalendar protocol implementation, see RFCs 2245,2246
* libimap: IMAP handling
* libkcal: C++ api for the iCalendar and vCalendar formats
* librmm: an Internet mail message parser (RFC 822 -> Class hierarchy)
* kgantt: lib to display and manage Gantt diagrams
* ksync: library for syncing collections of data entries

Required to run:
[security/gpgme] [security/cyrus-sasl] [x11/kdebase3] [x11/kdelibs3] [x11/qt3-tools] [x11/qt3-libs] [lang/perl5] [misc/xdg-dirs] [misc/kde3-dirs] [comms/libmal] [comms/pilot-link-libs] [comms/libopensync] [graphics/hicolor-icon-theme]

Required to build:
[x11/fixesproto] [x11/randrproto] [x11/renderproto] [x11/xextproto] [x11/xproto] [x11/inputproto] [pkgtools/x11-links] [pkgtools/xpkgwedge] [lang/gawk] [devel/bison] [devel/gmake] [devel/pkg-config] [devel/libtool-base]

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RMD160: 7c2cbd5b5f9075bc8dcc7998fc04bf9b297bfd54
Filesize: 14158.178 KB

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