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    • Kevin Ottens's avatar
      remote:/ is not a proof of concept anymore. It starts to be usable. · a35fce6d
      Kevin Ottens authored
      Mainly this commit apply the following changes:
      1) Network folders are now really folders from the user point of view.
      No more desktop file launching, which means that you can access you
      network folders from kfiledialog (was one of the original goals).
      2) More restrictions so that only network folders go into remote:/
      
      svn path=/trunk/kdebase/kioslave/; revision=371249
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    • Kevin Ottens's avatar
      The ioslave itself is almost implemented now. Maybe some of the remaining · d472ca5b
      Kevin Ottens authored
      problems are linked to kio bugs or limitations, I'm investigating...
      
      Introduced the new ForwardingSlaveBase, this way it's easier to write
      ioslaves that use other ioslaves to do parts of the jobs. For example in
      media:/ we frequently forward media:/hdaX/foo to file:/mount_point/foo.
      
      svn path=/trunk/kdebase/kioslave/; revision=350995
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  19. 28 Sep, 2004 1 commit
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      New media:/ ioslave. It is a replacement for the old devices:/ ioslave. · d442d3fb
      Kevin Ottens authored
      It's now more generic and will support more media types. We're now freed
      from the mount/umount paradigm. It'll support media for which no mounting
      is needed thanks to "base urls".
      
      Moreover I expect this one to be less confusing for users since there's no
      redirection when you acces a media. It use kio chaining to "embed" other
      protocols (audiocd:/, camera:/, etc.).
      
      It still needs more work on the ioslave frontend since only browsing is
      currently allowed.
      
      The kded module is really more flexible than the old one. Only one backend
      is currently implemented (fstab and mtab monitoring backend) but it should
      be easier to add support for kvm or kdeautorun now.
      
      svn path=/trunk/kdebase/kioslave/; revision=349980
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