Source Compatability and DCOP
Ian Reinhart Geiser
geiseri at yahoo.com
Wed Aug 7 15:40:28 BST 2002
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I noticed KAddressbook changed its dcop interface in a Source Incompatible
manner. This i guess broke KPilot, but worse it seems to have broken a few
scripts I had done for a client for adding information to their addressbook
from my TWIG web mail interface.
Is there a policy on breaking DCOP interfaces on sub releases? Is the fact
that KAddressbook is not in kdelibs make it okay to change on subreleases? Is
it too late to fix this problem?
Just wondering as I need to know if I should warn my client not to upgrade
from KDE 3.0.x
-ian reinhart geiser
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