oxygen icons moved

Andreas Pakulat apaku at gmx.de
Sat Mar 28 03:30:22 CET 2009

On 28.03.09 01:47:23, Maciej Mrozowski wrote:
> A Friday 27 March 2009 23:49:32, Sebastian Kügler escreveu:
> Some applications still ship some icons on their own (I could give some 
> examples, like digikam, and used to - koffice). The possible reasons are:
> - some application developers don't know whether some icon is shipped already 
> with KDE4

Then they should start to look at the icons in kdebase/runtime (or now
oxygen-icons in kdesupport). An app developer should at least coordinate
these things somewhat with the artists, unless they want to ship their
own iconset.

> - some application developers don't want to assume that KDE4 shipping those 
> newly added application icons is installed on user machine, so just in any 
> case they ship icons themselves.

Thats a moot point, any KDE app has kdebase/runtime as runtime
dependency so oxygen icons are _always_ there.

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