[patch] a (temp?) fix for unexpected behaviour of KService::createInstance() on Windows

Jaroslaw Staniek js at iidea.pl
Mon Mar 3 15:00:42 GMT 2008

David Faure said the following, On 2008-03-03 14:15:

> You ask, but you should know what kind of answer you'll get, no? 

Sure :)

 > The right thing to do
> is to find the real cause for this problem. I have seen many Qt-4-based commercial products
> running on Windows just fine, including the opening of plugins; heck, designer itself opens
> a large amount of plugins. Surely it doesn't execute QPluginLoader twice?
> So: either those people get the same problem in Qt designer and it's a Qt bug,
> or you/they need to find out what makes a difference between Qt (working) and KDE (not working) for them.

These are KDEPIM people :)
Let me check this further...

The first difference is that we're talking about Qt4-incompatible plugins, 
coming from KDE3 era, btw one of the main reasons for KPluginLoader existence. 
Apps like Kontact still use them.

regards / pozdrawiam, Jaroslaw Staniek
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