KCachegrind into kdesdk?

Klas Kalass klas.kalass at gmx.de
Thu Aug 28 10:51:18 BST 2003

Am Thursday 28 August 2003 11:36 schrieb Josef Weidendorfer:
> Hi,
> I need some opinions/clarifications regarding the issue in the subject.
> Last sunday I asked a few core KDE people in N7Y about importing
> KCachegrind into kdesdk. There was no objection to this, but I'm not
> really sure about the consequences of this step.
> Benefits of course would be more i18n, better availability in KDE, and
> perhaps (hopefully) some fixes regarding style guide and other rough edges
> by other people.
> KCachegrind is a KDE application, but it is bound in now way to the
> development process of KDE applications only. The data visualized
> could be produced on any machine and with programs written in any
> language (currently it's bound to the Valgrind skin Calltree).
> Does it make sense then to put it into kdesdk?
Other apps in kdesdk are usefull for other projects, too. One example would be 
the UML tool "umbrello".

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