On Wednesday 17 August 2011 07:46:40 Robert Xu wrote: > >> TQt intergration. > > > >> Not with Trinity. See above. > > > > I think the reason why it does not work in Ubuntu is different. > > What do you mean?! it works in Ubuntu. I meant KDE3 integration. > > On the other hand if the problem is actually in that it is not conpatible with tqtintegface, > > and requires rewrite, this shows that you people went too far in breaking compatibility with > > existing KDE3 software. > > > > I am so confused now. What are you getting at? > What doesn't make sense? > It's easy to be compatible with TQt - it doesn't need a complete rewrite. > It's not so hard to put a T in front of every Qt call. And why to do this if anyone just can call plain Qt3? Why do you need libreoffice to call tqtinterface rather than just Qt? > > We didn't break compat with existing KDE3 at all. We're just making it > easier to port to Qt4 when the time comes. Libreoffice has its own front-end for Qt4. Just use this front-end when your system is built against Qt4.