Modularization and other languages' bindings (was: The Future of our Frameworks)

Arne Babenhauserheide arne_bab at
Fri Jun 10 23:33:52 BST 2011

On Monday 06 June 2011 21:05:41 Luca Beltrame wrote:
> In data Monday 06 June 2011 19:26:38, Sebastian Kügler ha scritto:
> (I took the liberty of adding kde-bindings to the CC of tihs specific topic)
> > We want to make it possible to use our frameworks in Qt projects without
> > significant additional dependencies. This means:

> The reason is simple: those too contribute to lowering the barrier of entry
> for developers, especially the audience that has not a C++ programming
> background. If things are adjusted (without breaking things), it would be a
> perfect opportunity to involve the bindings people in the process.

Having i.e. PyKDE more modular would be great for me, too. 

I love using it, and it would be useful to have a way to distribute it with a 
simple app in a nice and lean binary (if that still exists, I’m sorry for the 
noise…) - or to be able to tell a GNU/Linux distritution that I need only 
KUniqeApplication and IconLoader and have it install only a small subset of 

Best wishes, 
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