Three different tab implementations

Neil Stevens neil at
Fri Jan 31 11:12:29 GMT 2003

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On Friday January 31, 2003 02:53, Waldo Bastian wrote:
> On Friday 31 January 2003 01:14, Rob Kaper wrote:
> > There are currently three different tab implementations in KDE:
> > Konqueror, Konsole and Kopete each have their own framework for tabs,
> > with different keybinding shortcuts and different behavior.
> >
> > Is anyone considering to merge all this into a single tabbing
> > framework to be reused in applications? If people can't handle SDI,
> > fine, but that's no reason for code duplication.
> I think it was already established some time ago that we should have
> better support in kdelibs for consistency among MDI applications. Now is
> an excellent time to work on that.

OK.  Shall I remove the document interface standards page then (along with 
fixing the links)?  Doesn't make sense to have standardizing on SDI or MDI 
if KDE isn't going to have a standard anymore.
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