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Old 06-08-2011, 03:18 AM   #16
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I didn't check for other apps but at least kdegames run with only kdelibs installed.

This stand for the time being, as I am not sure that in the future (beginning with KDE 4.7) all KDE libraries will be included in the kdelibs packages. Let's quote Alien Bob's blog on that:
The old “monolithic” source tarballs are now being split into many additional tarballs for individual applications. This means we have rewrite our scripts and possibly add a lot of packages.

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Old 06-08-2011, 06:37 PM   #17
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You would also need (for some applications) kdebase-runtime. Though with the new framework proposal, who knows how many additional packages this will (d)evolve to.
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instead of gwenview, i tried out mirage. i am very impressed, and will be using it from now on.
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Originally Posted by trademark91 View Post
instead of gwenview, i tried out mirage. i am very impressed, and will be using it from now on.
Tried and like it, but it is almost identical to Geeqie.


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