KDE applications need kfmclient to open links, which is not shipped with kdebase/runtime

Alex Merry kde at randomguy3.me.uk
Fri Nov 21 21:34:19 GMT 2008

On Friday 21 November 2008 21:20:05 Armin Berres wrote:
> xdg-open would have the benefit, that it uses e.g. the default browser
> on Gnome when the user is running Gnome instead of KDE. Opening
> protocols like fish wouldn't work in this case, but I guess
> invokeBrowser() isn't meant to be able to do this?

+1 for making kde apps behave sensibly outside of a KDE desktop...


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