Re: C++ ...
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On Tuesday 23 April 2002 8:51 am, Alan Cox wrote:
> > A distribution can both be LSB conforming, and ship with KDE libraries.
> > It's just that right not, KDE is not a part of the LSB, so LSB compliant
> > applications cannot link to them dynamically.
> Unlesss they include the kde packages in case.
> KDE standardising needs to follow Qt getting a stable API (maybe Qt3 does
> this). What do Troll tech think
Excuse my ignorance, but as a KDE developer (well, not a very good one ;) ),
I've been rather confused at some of the things being said in this thread.
What exactly does "Qt getting a stable API" mean?
Between Qt 2 and Qt 3, the API used for programming changed very little. It's
Similarly, the KDE libraries changed very little.
This is described in
Ps I apologise if I've got completely the wrong end of the stick ;)
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