kio_giobridge IO slave
nf2 at scheinwelt.at
Mon Jan 7 15:41:03 GMT 2008
Thiago Macieira wrote:
> Vlad Codrea wrote:
>>> Since it is an additional/optional IO slave, it can just be
>>> deactivated/removed if it causes problems and the usual IO slave
>>> will be
>> Not really, because once distros are forced to link QtCore to Glib,
>> then all Qt and KDE apps will have to link to Glib and run on Glib's
>> non-native and slow event loop.
> You missed the point.
> If a user is experiencing errors with some ioslaves, the first thing that
> would be recommended is to disable the giobridge. That would make KDE
> apps use only native ioslaves. If the problem goes away, it's either GIO
> or the bridge. If it persists, it's a native ioslave.
Not sure if people who use the giobridge will want the "native" KDE
slaves to be reactivated. Perhaps this support problem could be solved
with a tool which lists the protocols and who handles them.
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