Running KDE apps without kdebase (Re: Refactoring KCM technology)

Rob Kaper cap at
Sun Mar 21 14:20:08 GMT 2004

On Sun, Mar 21, 2004 at 02:03:12PM +0100, Alexander Neundorf wrote:
> > I think it makes sense to separate "what one needs run a KDE app"
> > from "what one needs to have a KDE desktop".
> Yes, that's why I suggested to split kdelibs in two parts, into stuff
> every kde app needs, and things which are more optional (like kdesu or
> khelpcenter). If you have a very well integrated kde app, you'll need
> both, if you have just basic kde integration, you can get away with the
> "core" part.

Why optimize KDE to benefit those who don't fully integrate with it?

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