Moving KMail, KNode, Korn and related libraries to kdepim
mueller at kde.org
Tue Jan 14 23:49:47 GMT 2003
On Die, 14 Jan 2003, Bo Thorsen wrote:
> Please note with this that noone seems to argue that the right place for
> these slaves are in kdebase. That at least suggests that they're in the
> wrong place right now. ( <=Hidden invitation for people to speak up if
> they disagree )
> > a separate module for them. We can then map the directories into any
> > module we want at a fixed, minimal cost. We should have done that years
> > ago.
> That would IMHO be a bad idea. The only thing you would gain from this was
> one more thing you need to install besides kdelibs. With this one, the
> ioslaves are better placed in kdelibs.
Nope. you can map in your kioslaves wherever you want. like we do with
kde-common/admin (which is in almost all kde* modules as admin).
The point is to keep the code in *one* place and not moving it around on the
> - Mail related slaves conceptually belongs with the mail program
I can read imap in konqueror as well. works just fine. Might be less
comfortable than in KMail though.
Dirk (received 23 mails today)
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