Am Mittwoch, 22. April 2015, 21:29:20 schrieb yahoo-pier_andreit:
so, if I upgrade to the last version of konversation I
will have the one
based on KDE Frameworks,
Yes, the latest version 1.6 is only available based in
The KDE4 version is not developed any more.
But, that version 1.6 is not in any repo yet.
KDE:Extra still contains the KDE4 based Konversation 1.5.1.
Btw, in this particular case you could just install the standard konversation
package included in openSUSE 13.2, if you want to stay with the KDE4 based
version. YaST/zypper or your desktop's updater won't switch packages to
versions from other repos automatically.
that should be in KDE Applications, and, it is
No it should not be in KDE Applications.
It is not developed by KDE, is not part of KDE releases, but completely
That's why it is in KDE:Extra.
so also some library of KDE4 are upgraded to KDE
No KDE4 library will be upgraded to KDE Frameworks5. Kdelibs4 and
can be installed side-by-side.
so I cannot distinguish from the ones based on KDE
frameworks and the
ones based on KDE4??
No. Just by the dependencies.
Btw, I don't see how Frameworks5 based applications like Konversation would
make your KDE4 desktop unstable.
And IME they work well and are stable. (and Frameworks5 is definitely not
IMHO the worst that can happen is that they don't use the old KDE4 settings.
But that would be a bug in the application.
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