On Tuesday 28 March 2017, Wolfgang Bauer wrote:
Am Dienstag, 28. März 2017, 22:27:36 schrieb Ruediger
Maybe just my
prejudices but it's not hard to imagine that someone builds a kde4
app against global libs and that it would not work anymore if kde4
Hm, after reading all these mails, I still don't understand where you
got this paranoia from.
I have not any paranoia, KDE is usually just a nice example regarding
First, there is no such thing as a "kde4".
Second, nobody suggested to remove "kde4" anyway.
The only thing that was mentioned was "kdepim", which is a suite of
"Personal Information Management" software, similar to evolution.
We are going to drop the old, unmaintained 4.x version.
And kdepim is still shipped anyway, the latest version at this time.
The "KDE4" kdelibs will stay. So you will also still be able to build
applications that use it.
The "KDE4 desktop " (Plasma1) was dropped already in Leap 42.1, the
last openSUSE release that used and supported it was 13.2.
So no regression there...
Good to know, Though the discussion about removing kdepim4, etc. was
about not maintaining EOL stuff. So I wonder now why you still provide
kde4 libs. Are they still maintained by upstream?
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