sqlite in kdelibs
geiseri at yahoo.com
Fri Jan 21 13:53:59 GMT 2005
On Thursday 20 January 2005 07:51 pm, Grzegorz Jaśkiewicz wrote:
> On Wed, 19 Jan 2005 17:30:30 -0500, ian geiser <geiseri at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > umm the sql lite driver is built by default in Qt. If the packager
> > forgot to gather the plugin or turned it off manually that is their
> > fault. Or if the user forgot to install it, then we can prompt them to
> > do so.
> > The other ones are optional, but we will always ship with at least one.
> You have to remember that there are more than one versions of sqlite.
> Some apps need v2 and some v3. as far as I remember, v2 was provided
> with qt. But for instance amarok uses v3 if I remember correctly.
This is why:
you use QtSQL or figure out the deps on your own.
Okay now that I've stated the obvious, if they are not going to use QtSQL then
you are dependent on some 3rd party lib that we wont officially support. We
already have a taste of this in KDevelop with bdb. Just because we have
people depending on wacky libs and different versions of those libs at that,
doesnt warrant us importing ya package into KDE cvs that we don't maintain.
Honestly people the Trolls offer database abstraction for a reason, and its
not because they enjoy randomly adding features no-one uses to Qt. Well they
may but Id expect that to be a mp3 player or something ;)
-ian reinhart geiser
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