bastian at kde.org
Fri Jan 9 22:33:43 GMT 2004
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On Fri January 09 2004 22:09, Aaron J. Seigo wrote:
> On Thursday 08 January 2004 12:03, George Staikos wrote:
> > It's quite conceivable that some app will want to launch any given kcm
> > one day. It's the logical way to get the user to configure something to
> > his tastes, including the panel. We could as easily say class X in
> > libkdecore is hardly used by anyone so we can break BC on it, but we
> > don't know what will happen in the future or what is out there behind
> > some corporate firewall.
> the "problem" is that while we are usually rather careful about what makes
> it into a released version of KDE libraries, kcm .desktop files have been
> added and otherwise modified rather willy-nilly in the past. we'll have to
> be much more careful in the future...
For KDE 3.1 I checked all kcms in KDE for compatibility with KDE 3.0 and
provided stubs where necessary.
bastian at kde.org -=|[ KDE: K Desktop for the Enterprise ]|=- bastian at suse.com
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