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Mon Jan 16 12:49:21 GMT 2006
Now it uses the standard KDE services facilities. However I don't know
if it's needed to adjust scripty, the information contained in these
files never showed to the user.
Nicolas Goutte wrote:
> On Monday 16 January 2006 13:19, Szombathelyi György wrote:
>> Now I re-added KImageIO with minimal functionality, using .desktop files
>> instead of .kimgio files.
> Is renaming such files back to *.desktop really wanted?
> I do not really mind either way, I just need to know to adapt Scripty's code.
> Have a nice day!
>> Please consider it as a port for KDE4 :)
>> If you see design problems with this approach, please tell me, I'll try
>> to fix.
>> Zack Rusin wrote:
>>> On Sunday 15 January 2006 16:37, Szombathelyi GyÃ¶rgy wrote:
>>>> And does it matter?
>>> Like Waldo mentioned it depends on what kind of policy we adopt for
>>> porting. If we'll decide that the installation can live next to each
>>> other then yeah, it's a problem. Furthermore when I converted KImageIO
>>> to Qt4 I didn't remove for a very simple reason, to query what plugins
>>> are support via qimage[reader/writer] it has to load the plugins to
>>> figure out what format they provide. kimageio didn't have to do that.
>>> it's not a terribly hard problem but i didn't feel like dealing with it
>>> then. you kinda ignored it, which is another option =)
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