bastian at kde.org
Sat Jan 14 23:22:49 GMT 2006
Please be aware that kimageio is stored in ksycoca and that removing it /
changing it means that KDE3 applications will not be able to use the sycoca
database of KDE4.
Depending on the plans for dealing with KDE3 / KDE4 compatibility, this may or
may not be a problem.
Just wanted to make you aware of it.
On Saturday 14 January 2006 06:44, Szombathelyi György wrote:
> I removed kimageio from kdelibs trunk yesterday, now I've got a problem of
> converting some uses in kdebase.
> Especially KImageIO::pattern() and KImageIO::mimeTypes() are problematic,
> since there's no such concept in QImageReader and QImageWriter. Qt only
> knows the "format", which can be e.g "jpg", "png", etc...
> Now I see 2 options:
> 1. Restore KImageIO and the .kimgio files, which has the neccessary
> information, and clean up KImageIO
> 2. Add the Qt image format name to the mime database, e.g. with
> X-KDE-imageformat=jpg. Then new convenience function(s) can be added to
> kmimetype.h, e.g allImageFormats() or sth. else.
> Option 1 is simplest, but .kimgio files store nearly the same data as the
> mime files, except the image format name.
> Any opinions? (or other ideas?)
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