In the TeX – LaTeX group of Stack Exchange, I posed a question about the versions of TeXLive under Ubuntu. As I have installed the latest version of TeXLive under Ubuntu, I want to be able to use it when running an integrated development environment like KILE. Though a solution (and fix) was presented on the KILE Support Discussion Group, it involves downloading, compiling and installing the latest version of KILE.
In order to compile KILE, I need:
- KDE Libraries 4.2 or better
- Qt 4.5 or better
- Cmake 2.6.2 or better
- A recent C++ compile, for example GCC 4.4
My problem is that I can't determine what version of the KDE libraries or Qt I have installed on my system. Note that I am running Ubuntu Version 11.04.
My question, however, is whether or not the latest version of KILE (Version 2.1) will be included in the next release of Ubuntu (i.e. Version 11.10). If so, I could save myself the effort and grief of compiling and installing KILE. If not, will my installing the latest version affect the Synaptic Package Manager's ability of applying any future releases/updates to KILE?
Any help/suggestions would be appreciated.