Kevin Kofler wrote:
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-
> Part of the comments there raised the possibility of dropping kde4
> support,which I assume would need to happen sooner or later. Ultimately,
> 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!
That follows what I think we found a bit of consensus on in the kde-sig
meeting today. Our current recommendation to libreoffice maintainer:
If you're open to incremental changes, please enable gtk3-kde5 now, and keep
-kde4 around for now.
Otherwise, when 6.2 lands with better/full Qt5 support,
enable that, and drop/replace -kde4 (and gtk3-kde5) then.