kde-runtime kdelibs dep

Rex Dieter rdieter at math.unl.edu
Fri Dec 14 16:58:02 UTC 2012

On 12/14/2012 09:52 AM, David Faure wrote:
> If I commit the fix in kde-runtime without raising the kdelibs requirement,
> then a kdelibs-4.9 + kde-runtime-4.10 user, will end up with a nastier bug,
> where copying a directory out of the trash uses the right name, but flattens
> out the contents of the directory (a/b/f -> a/f).
> If I commit the fix in kde-runtime*and*  raise the requirement to kdelibs 4.10
> (both of which will be released at the same time), then the bug will be fixed
> without such a nasty regression.

imho, kdelibs-4.9 + kde-runtime-4.10 isn't worth worrying too much 
about, and I personally have no problem raising the requirement as you 

If that's problematic at all, committing the fix, and issuing some sort 
or build or run time warning recommending kdelibs-4.10 is a compromise.

-- rex

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