Cervisia again, plus greater problems

Matt Rogers mattr at kde.org
Thu Mar 17 05:14:10 GMT 2005

On Wednesday 16 March 2005 11:01 pm, Ben Burton wrote:
> > It is somewhat understood that a deliberate misuse of runtime components
> > to circumvent copyrights is not allowed, but this is certainly NOT the
> > case for quanta and kdevelop (you also forgot konqueror). These
> > applications are designed to load available runtime components solely
> > on the basis of the services made available.
> FWIW, the reason I mention quanta explicitly is that (unlike konqueror)
> it goes out of its way to locate the cervisia kpart.  That is, it's not
> just looking for any parts that raise their hands, but it's seeking out
> cervisia specifically.  I had a feeling that kdevelop did this also, but
> I could be wrong; I'm not a kdevelop user or packager.
> Ben.

kdevelop does the same, but after reading david johnson's comments, I'm still 
not sure why this is an issue just because something seeks out a certain part 

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