Cervisia again, plus greater problems

Waldo Bastian bastian at kde.org
Thu Mar 17 08:59:53 GMT 2005

On Thursday 17 March 2005 08:23, Andras Mantia wrote:
> > 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.
> Quanta loads whatever is configured. It is very easy to modify the default
> configuration so it does not show the Cervisia plugin in menus.
> But as I said earlier(and which is the same what David Johnson said) I
> don't see a problem loading KParts in GPL programs, whatever license those
> parts have. I remember that 2-3 years ago I asked on the kde-core-devel or
> kde-devel if it will be possible to use a non-GPL compatible editor which
> implements the KTextEditor interface in Quanta (or KDevelop for that
> matter), and I think nobody said I cannot, but (Waldo?) replayed that this
> should be allowed.


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