Gentoo kde updating applications
Qt Quick 2 then replaced the backend underneath QML with a new Open GL scene graph, though.We decided to adopt it, which meant porting our components to the scene graph system and rewriting all of our remaining UI bits in QML - also because you can't really get QWidget/QGraphics* onto the scene graph, so it was all or nothing. KDE 3-4 was that a lot of the basic architectural concepts in Plasma have proven themselvest to be sensible, so while we ended up writing a lot of all-new code for bits users actually interact with, we didn't need to reinvent the wheel again on the framework orchestrating them.For QWidget applications it's indeed quite a fast and pleasant port.
Just to clarify, there doesn't seem to be a problem with IMAP4 passwords, only with SMTP.And we factored out more common UI elements into "look and feel" packages to ease downstream vendor customization. f=Gentoo Linux logo matte.svg&px " data-medium-file="https://invalidmagic.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/200px-gentoo_linux_logo_matte-svg.png? this time i would like to blog the steps so that other gentoo users can review my doings.I simply recognized following line in the error log: akonadi_newmailnotifier_agent(6002)/kdeui (KNotification) KNotification::slot Received Id Error: Error while contacting notify daemon "The name knotify was not provided by any .service files" After installing knotify:4 I suddenly got desktopn messages from KMail again.Posted Jul 15, 2014 UTC (Tue) by sfeam (subscriber, #2841) [Link] I was pleasantly surprised to find that porting from qt4 to qt5 was essentially trivial, and the ported code was backwards compatible with qt4.