nicolasg at snafu.de
Mon Jan 16 13:15:50 GMT 2006
On Monday 16 January 2006 13:49, Szombathelyi György wrote:
> 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.
Well, this would be needed to be confirmed (e.g. Kolourpaint). If they are
really unused, then they do not need to be translated and they would need a
special extension again, so that the files could be skipped by Scripty.
Have a nice day!
> 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 =)
> >>> Zack
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