On Wednesday 06 of August 2014 15:12:36 Loïc Yhuel wrote:
Le 06/08/2014 13:22, Daniel Vratil a écrit :
>> So currently you can only configure the applications which are using the
>> same Qt version as the workspace, for the other you have to edit the
>> configuration files manually
> Use kcmshell4 :)
The two kcm_input.so are in kde-workspace and plasma-desktop, so
kcmshell4 (or kcmshell5 when using kde-workspace) won't help.
Ok, I'll try to split some stuff out from kde-workspace.
>> Even with only one workspace (Plasma 5 or KDE4), the available widget
>> styles could be different for Qt4 and Qt5 applications.
>> - I wanted to install plasma-oxygen for the Qt5 widget style, but it
>> fails since it depends on kwin, which has file conflicts with
>> kde-workspace. file /usr/share/config.kcfg/kwin.kcfg from install of
>> kwin-5.0.0-2.fc20.x86_64 conflicts with file from package
>> Perhaps the decoration and widget style should be split in two different
> The upgrade path is not yet 100% polished. The current idea is that you
> install the whole Plasma 5 from the Copr, including plasma-desktop and
> plasma- workspace, which replace kde-workspace, so no conflict occurs.
Plasma 5 is still a little too buggy for daily use IMHO, so I try to
have a nice KDE4 + KF5 environment (so with plasma-oxygen,
kf5-frameworkintegration for Qt5 apps).
> We should probably split kwin4 out from kde-workspace.
According to https://community.kde.org/Plasma/Coinstallability
, kwin is
supposed to be co-installable.
But it requires at least a different KCFG_INSTALL_DIR.
KWin might be co-installable as a tarball, but it's a bit more complex with
our packaging ;-) I'll look into it.
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