Redefining kdelibs and kdebase
hausmann at kde.org
Sun Aug 28 20:18:17 BST 2005
On Sunday 28 August 2005 21:07, Ingo Klöcker wrote:
> On Saturday 27 August 2005 13:27, Olivier Goffart wrote:
> > Le Samedi 27 Août 2005 10:45, Benjamin Meyer a écrit :
> > > KDE Base
> > > Consisting of what runs on the desktop. This packages is the basic
> > > set of applications beyond the desktop that KDE applications can
> > > assume are installed. These applications should have no problem
> > > running on Windows, OS X or Gnome as stand alone applications is
> > > the user wanted them to be. They would be useful applications in
> > > OS X etc. This module might not contain everything that a user
> > > would expect a basic desktop to have (no calculator, spreadsheet
> > > etc) as those are in the rest of the modules (kdemultimedia,
> > > kdeutils etc)
> > >
> > > Examples:
> > > -File Manager
> > > -Viewer
> > > -Web Browser
> > > -Help Center
> > > -Konsole
> > > -KWrite
> > Are you sure a viewer and konsole and kwrite are require ?
> > if i'm under gnome, i don't want to use nautilous, xterm and gedit.
> > i just need kcontrol and khelpbrowser in fact.
> Why would you need any of this? If we really want good integration with
> the environment then KDE apps would obviously have to use the
> ENVIRONMENT's help browser and the ENVIRONMENT's configuration thingy
> when run in ENVIRONMENT, where ENVIRONMENT = KDE, GNOME, OS X,
> Windows, ...
I think the help browser is an exception here. We don't really want to convert
our documentation to the windows help format and whatever OS X uses.
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