./productivity/akonadi [PIM cache and access services]
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Version: 1.13.0, Package name: akonadi-1.13.0
Maintained by: KDE porting team
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Flavors (export FLAVOR=xyz, setenv FLAVOR xyz):
  • debug
Description
Akonadi is a PIM layer, which provides an asynchronous API to access all kind
of PIM data (e.g. mails, contacts, events, todos etc.).

It consists of several processes (generally called the Akonadi server) and a
library (called client library) which encapsulates the communication
between the client and the server.


Filesize: 287.303 KB
Version History (View Complete History)
  • (2014-10-05) Updated to version: akonadi-1.13.0
  • (2014-07-10) Updated to version: akonadi-1.12.1
  • (2014-01-30) Updated to version: akonadi-1.11.0
  • (2013-11-05) Updated to version: akonadi-1.10.3.1
  • (2013-04-24) Package added to openports.se, version akonadi-1.9.1 (created)
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CVS Commit History:

   2017-07-27 04:05:21 by Stuart Henderson | Files touched by this commit (31)
Log message:
add COMPILER_LIBCXX to WANTLIB and bump
   2017-05-22 13:39:00 by Marc Espie | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
figure out how to get to sqlite during tests. fixes clang configure
   2017-05-22 13:39:00 by Marc Espie | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
figure out how to get to sqlite during tests. fixes clang configure
   2017-05-22 13:39:00 by Marc Espie | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
figure out how to get to sqlite during tests. fixes clang configure
   2016-09-23 03:16:58 by Stuart Henderson | Files touched by this commit (124)
Log message:
Cope with moving sqlite3 back to ports.
   2015-05-28 04:17:32 by Pascal Stumpf | Files touched by this commit (265)
Log message:
gcc4 bumps, reminded by aja@
   2014-12-10 13:12:52 by Vadim Zhukov | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
Make sure Qt5 is not picked up by accident.
Set MAINTAINER while there, it was KDE-specific port always anyway.