Kevin Kofler ha scritto:
> Rex Dieter wrote:
>> mgoodwin started a chat in #fedora-kde irc yesterday about libreoffice
>> and some new developments wrt qt5 integration, which led to a feature
>> request at https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1647233
>> "VCL gtk3-kde5 is available with 6.1 and should be enabled with
>> --enable- gtk3-kde5"
>> Part of the comments there raised the possibility of dropping kde4
>> support,which I assume would need to happen sooner or later.
>> thought it best to discuss it here. Opinions?
> I think this can happen if and when, and only if and when, the real kde5
> NWF using qt5 gets enabled, not the gtk3-based hack.
> I'll use the kde4 NWF over the gtk3 or gtk3-kde5 one any day!
I disagree here: I think it's totally safe to enable this temporary
version and have it available. It is certainly more integrated than the
old kdelibs 4.x version. We also don't need to immediately depend on it.
But shouldn't this be a decision of the libreoffice packagers?
It is, if you look in the bug, the libreoffice maintainer asked for some
feedback, and I offered to take it to kde-sig. Sorry I didn't make that