On Mon, Feb 18, 2002 at 12:50:16PM +0000, Ruairi Newman mentioned:
> However, when I logged back into KDE, I found that the updating of
> Galeon and Evolution had removed the KDE menu items for these products.
> Having looked into it a little bit further, I am now convinced that this
> was not an accident (please correct me if I'm wrong).
>> While I realise that Ximian are entirely Gnome focussed (and more power
> to them), I hardly feel that this justifies screwing around with my KDE
What happens is that RedHat or whoever built the previous RPMs for you
included KDE menus in the rpms. Ximian don't bother. Nothing sinister,
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