Concluding the discussion about splitting kdebase

Aaron J. Seigo aseigo at
Fri May 12 00:46:50 BST 2006

On Thursday 11 May 2006 17:17, Cornelius Schumacher wrote:
> I see two solutions: Either we put keditbookmarks in kdebase/coreapps
> (might make sense, especially when we consider that you can have bookmarks
> in file dialogs), or we put the kicker bookmark applet in kdebase/apps or
> another module outside of kdebase, which contains non-base kicker applets.

other apps that use bookmarks use it as well. such as kjots, which is in 
kdeutils. it's sort of like khelpcenter that way: if your app has a user 
manual, its viewed in khelpcenter; if your app has bookmarks, they are edited 
in keditbookmarks

Aaron J. Seigo
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