OK, I admit it: There are various version of K-Lite out there since the demise(?) of KL K++ 2.4.3, and I have become totally confused. There has been a posting saying that so far CleanKMD 2.4.4 is the closest to K-Lite 2.4.3, and I have installed it. Indeed, it looks and feels like K-Lite 2.4.3.
I would like to give a try to the other versions also, though. The problem is that if I have understood correctly, they are NOT stand-alone apps like KLK++ and CleanKMD are: It seems that you have to install Sherman's Kazaa and then patch it somehow. Is this true? In case it is, I am rather demotivated in running them, as in general I always prefer "clean" installs than patching existing apps.
Thx for enlightening me,
P.S. I have noticed in some posts in Dev's Corner people flaming against each other. This is a real pity: I think the idea here is for people to pull ahead together towards a common goal, not fighting with each other and sabotaging each other's efforts. I am a total newb as far as software development is concerned, and I cannot judge which version is superior or inferior. What I CAN judge though, is that there are some people out there doing an effort of advancing a piece of software (without getting a cent for their work), and this should be respected by all of us. Moreover, it would be really nice if you devs managed to work around a single version of K-Lite, thus ending all this confusion once and for all!