Moving KMail, KNode, Korn and related libraries to kdepim

Andy Fawcett andy at
Tue Jan 14 13:25:56 GMT 2003

On Tuesday 14 January 2003 15:06, Bo Thorsen wrote:
> On Tuesday 14 January 2003 13:19, Alexander Kellett wrote:
> > On Fri, Jan 10, 2003 at 09:36:25AM +0100, Ingo Kl?cker wrote:
> > > the question whether KMail should be moved to kdepim has already
> > > arisen quite a few times on kmail at (and probably also
> > > elsewhere). Last week end at the Kroupware/Kaplan hack fest (cf.
> > > the Announcement on kde-core-devel on 21.12.02) we [1] took the
> > > chance to talk about this from face to face. After weighing the
> > > pros and the cons we finally came to the unanimous conclusion
> > > that KMail and the corresponding libs (and therefore also KNode
> > > and Korn which also depend on those libs) should be moved.
> >
> > Hiya Ingo,
> >
> > I was wondering. Someone on #kde just noted that kmail actually
> > has a dependancy on kdebase and not only on kdelibs, would it be
> > possible for this dependancy(ies?) (imap4 and pop3 was all that
> > i noticed at a quick glace) to be moved into the "new kdepim"?
> I have asked for this too. IMHO the mail ioslaves should be moved to
> kdepim. There is already an ioslave dir in kdenetwork that will be
> moved with kmail to kdepim.
> But I guess moving stuff from kdebase to kdepim is a somewhat bigger
> issue than moving between kdenetwork and kdepim.

There is also the smtp ioslave. However, is this being used by any other 
code anywhere in CVS for any reason, and would moving it cause 
problems? Definitely needs checking.

IIRC, a base KDE install was once (unofficially) defined as kdelibs and 
kdebase, so is there any need to move them at all?

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