No love for dcoprss

Matt Rogers mattr at
Thu Jan 4 03:03:52 GMT 2007

On Jan 3, 2007, at 3:29 PM, Albert Astals Cid wrote:

> A Dimecres 03 Gener 2007 23:21, Frerich Raabe va escriure:
>> Hi,
>> does anybody know whether dcoprss (in kdenetwork, it would not  
>> surprise me
>> if mentioning made you mumble 'dcopwhat?') is actually used  
>> anywhere? I
>> just noticed that it has its own XMLRPC client library (instead of  
>> using
>> the one in kdepimlibs), it still uses DCOP, and it uses librss  
>> (instead of
>> libsyndication in kdepimlibs).
>> I'm actually trying to get rid of librss and except for KNT (which  
>> I'll
>> deal with separately) dcoprss esems to be the only thing using it.  
>> I'd
>> rather throw it away instead of porting it though - unless somebody
>> complains.
>> For what it's worth, I thought Kontact used it, but lxr did not show
>> anything (or I just didn't look for the right identifiers).
>> Another thing (I don't want to start a new thread for this): is it  
>> moral to
>> have kdenetwork depend on kdepimlibs?
> If kdebase does i don't see why kdenetwork can not.
> Albert
>> - Frerich

kdenetwork already depends on kdepimlibs for Kopete, so sure, it's  
moral. That was one of the reasons behind kdepimlibs, IIRC.

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