KIO protocols namespace
coolo at kde.org
Sun Dec 8 19:51:37 GMT 2002
On Sonntag, 8. Dezember 2002 16:54, Germain Garand wrote:
> I just got a mail from an user of my KIO Slave for accessing Nuvomedia's
> Rocket eBook (protocol reb://).
> He said the protocol -that was OK in the KDE 2 serie- is triggering
> Cervisia in KDE 3.0.3 and that he had to disable it to access the slave.
> I've never heard about a reb.protocol for Cervisia, but nevermind, that's
> just for the example.
> My real question is : wouldn't it be a good thing to have a central place
> were authors of kio-slaves, wether they are third-party or part of KDE,
> could "register" a namespace for their slaves ?
> Then, people wanting to write a new slave could know what is taken, and
> avoid to step on one's shoes.
What are you talking about? cervisia is bound to inode/directory and if the
user switched the views to use cervisia, he'll get an error when he switches
directories to a non-CVS dir. But that's a general konqueror/cervisia problem.
What has it to do with KIO protocols? You thought, cervisia had a reb:// too?
Then I can tell you that it doesn't.
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