Adding ThreadWeaver libraries to kdelibs

Aaron J. Seigo aseigo at
Thu Sep 7 16:27:48 BST 2006

On Thursday 07 September 2006 8:31, Adam Treat wrote:
> I haven't seen a single person say, "No, no, this doesn't belong in
> kdelibs" so I think you should just move it in.  All of these API
> criticisms aside, kdelibs is far from perfect, so requiring threadweaver to
> be perfect in order to move it in is a bit silly.  The API changes can be
> done in kdelibs if need be as there is still plenty of time to make those
> changes.

yes, i think consensus is that it should go in. having API review before hand 
is a good thing, though. it gives us a period of time where people stare at 
new API, which often doesn't happen after the face; this is all in the hopes 
that if we pay a bit of attention to these things the quality of kdelibs will 

> As for lowercase.cpp VS CamelCase.cpp ... this is not germane to the topic.
> Can we move that to kde-devel where it can be safely ignored?

consistency would be nice. and not too much to ask for.

Aaron J. Seigo
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