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--- Begin Message ---Package: digikam Version: 2:1.2.0-7 Severity: wishlist Hi. Well I'm not sure how far digikam is tied to KDE and how easy the following is: It would be nice to have an additional package that disables most/all KDE integration/features of digikam, so that it more or less depends only on qt. The thing is, digikam is very nice, and IMHO there is nothing comparable for GNOME/GTK. Nevertheless people probably don't like to install "half" of KDE SC just to use digikam. Providing such packages is also not that uncommon, see e.g. the different vim-* flavours, or packages like evince-gtk, which is like evince but just without the GNOME integration. If the package's CMake file already provides the necessarily build options to disable the KDE stuff, maintaining such an additional binary package should be of not much effort. Thanks, Chris.
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--- Begin Message ---On Sun, 6 Mar 2011 04:22:37 Christoph Anton Mitterer wrote: > Well I'm not sure how far digikam is tied to KDE and how easy the > following is: > > It would be nice to have an additional package that disables most/all > KDE integration/features of digikam, so that it more or less depends > only on qt. Christoph, digikam is very tied into KDE components, thus I doubt a -nokde version is possible. However, please feel free to discuss with the digikam upstream: http://www.digikam.org/support/ That said, digikam works very well under GNOME and other DEs. Mark
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