digiKam translations in l10n-kf5
Albert Astals Cid
aacid at kde.org
Wed Sep 23 21:38:50 UTC 2015
El Dimecres, 23 de setembre de 2015, a les 12:39:45, Alexander Potashev va
> 2015-09-23 9:00 GMT+03:00 Sune Vuorela <nospam at vuorela.dk>:
> > On 2015-09-22, Albert Astals Cid <aacid at kde.org> wrote:
> >> releasing the same code forever makes no sense if people is supposed to
> >> be
> >> using some other code.
> >> I'd like that you guys do some coordination with the rest of non digikam
> >> people because otherwise packagers and developers get a mixed message of
> >> what things are they supposed to use/package.
> > In the past, the solution has been to be a digikam release behind and
> > then unbundle all the libraries that digikam embeds. Unfortunately,
> > the digikam developers seems to be of the opinion that no one uses the
> > libraries like kexif, kipi and such, giving massive headaches to all of
> > us involved further down the chain of things.
> > Or maybe everyone should just stop using the digikam libraries, meaning
> > no exiv informations in gwenview. no kipi-integration in ksnapshot, ...
> > But maybe that's how the digikam developers wants it?
> We only discuss libkgeomap currently. All other libraries (libkipi,
> libkexiv2, libkdcraw, ...) will be released in separate tarballs,
> don't worry about them.
All those other libraries are part of KDE Applications too, if you plan to
release versions that are different and potentially incompatible on your own,
yes I think we should worry.
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