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Month: December 2011

Re: [trinity-devel] Unexpected kreadconfig/kwriteconfig messages

From: Bruce Dubbs <bruce.dubbs@...>
Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2011 23:55:27 -0600
Darrell Anderson wrote:
>>> I don't think we should go much farther in the
>> investigation: the
>>> dependency of kwriteconfig on kdelibs brings automatic
>> dependency on X
>>> libraries even if it is a console program.

>> Good point.  That is one reason I like Qt4 much beter than Qt3.
>> For applications that don't need X, you don't pull that stuff in.
>> Qt3 is a single monolithic library with everything, while Qt4 is a
>> collection of 21 libraries.  For something like kwriteconfig, it
>> would probably only need libQtCore.
> Thanks to both.
> For you folks more experienced with coding TDE and Qt3, are there any
> clever ways to eliminate the overhead with the non X commands? Seems
> that would be more efficient and shave a few micro/millisecond
> response times here and there, especially for older hardware. :)

I doubt it.  Porting from Qt3 to Qt4 is non-trivial, but the amount of 
work depends on the program.  There's no way to eliminate X as long as 
Qt3 is used.

   -- Bruce