Moving kfilereplace to kdeutils
michaelnottebrock at gmx.net
Fri Nov 12 18:46:31 GMT 2004
On Friday, 12. November 2004 19:14, Andras Mantia wrote:
> On Friday 12 November 2004 19:45, Michael Nottebrock wrote:
> > KFileReplace is just a part, not a standalone application though,
> > right?
> Was right...until 3.3. Now it's both a part and a standalone
> KFileReplace is not required at compile time, nor Kompare or Cervisia is
> required. But if the cervisia headers are present it will have
> (limited) integrated CVS support in menus, but otherwise you can still
> use the Cervisia KPart.
It would be nice to get this resolved. The smaller the feature is that goes
missing when omitting a buildtime dependency, the harder it becomes to
explain to users why they have install (or accept having it forced onto them)
something rather big (like kdesdk) to get it. That small dependency was news
to me anyway, is it only in HEAD or in 3.3-BRANCH, too? I guess I should
consider splitting cervisia from the kdesdk package...
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