Strigi usage in KF5 world

Albert Astals Cid aacid at
Mon Apr 6 14:26:43 BST 2015

El Diumenge, 5 d'abril de 2015, a les 20:47:03, šumski va escriure:
> Hi all,
> In review 120393 [1] it was suggested to remove all code that hasn't
> compiled at least since 5.0.0. Nepomuk parts won't work even if the #if's
> would be correctly adjusted, as there isn't Qt5 based soprano, but strigi
> ones in theory should, if the find_package call would be restored. The
> libstreams and libstreamanalyzer libs are Qt-agnostic, strigi can only use
> Qt for the GUI daemon client.
> Now i got suggestion by Vishesh and Albert to ask for a general decision
> regarding strigi-related code.
> IMO the code should be killed, as the classes are deprecated even in
> kdelibs4 code, so there isn't much point in bringing it all back in
> kdelibs4support, even though still shows some users...

Can you point to the search you made in to know how many users are 
out there to have a better view of what it means removing it altogether?


> What do others think?
> [1]:
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