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Version: 4.14.3, Package name: kgeography-4.14.3
Maintained by: KDE porting team
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Description
KGeography is a geography learning tool, which allows you to learn
about the political divisions of some countries (divisions, capitals
of those divisions and their associated flags if there are some).

It is part of the KDE Education Project.


Filesize: 6550.188 KB
Version History (View Complete History)
  • (2015-01-21) Updated to version: kgeography-4.14.3
  • (2014-11-02) Updated to version: kgeography-4.14.2
  • (2014-07-18) Updated to version: kgeography-4.13.3
  • (2014-07-10) Updated to version: kgeography-4.13.2
  • (2014-01-16) Updated to version: kgeography-4.11.5
  • (2013-12-09) Updated to version: kgeography-4.11.4
  • (2013-07-04) Updated to version: kgeography-4.10.5
  • (2013-06-06) Updated to version: kgeography-4.10.4
  • (2013-05-14) Updated to version: kgeography-4.10.3
  • (2013-04-24) Package added to openports.se, version kgeography-4.10.2 (created)
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CVS Commit History:

   2017-07-27 05:57:51 by Stuart Henderson | Files touched by this commit (166)
Log message:
add COMPILER_LIBCXX to WANTLIB and bump
   2015-05-28 04:17:32 by Pascal Stumpf | Files touched by this commit (265)
Log message:
gcc4 bumps, reminded by aja@
   2015-03-27 02:16:25 by Antoine Jacoutot | Files touched by this commit (247)
Log message:
x11/gtk+2,-guic -> x11/gtk+3,-guic && bump
   2015-01-20 14:58:44 by Vadim Zhukov | Files touched by this commit (203)
Log message:
Bringing in KDE 4.14.3. This is the last KDE4 release, ever.
This release contains only minor fixes.
See you in KDE Frameworks land in the next season!
   2014-11-01 15:09:48 by Vadim Zhukov | Files touched by this commit (284)
Log message:
Welcome, KDE 4.14.2!
Many patches went upstream, but even more patches are still there...
To be continued!