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    • Aaron J. Seigo's avatar
      ordering · 4a5cd319
      Aaron J. Seigo authored
      svn path=/trunk/KDE/kdebase/workspace/; revision=1122370
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    • Marco Martin's avatar
      move stuff around: · 3d1e70e8
      Marco Martin authored
      all containments,applets etc are in the subdirectory of their topic:                             
      that is                                                                                          
      generic: stuff that is condivided among different shells                                         
      desktop: desktop shell specific                                                                  
      netbook: shell, containments, applets and dataengines used for the                               
      netbook shell                                                                                    
      screensaver: the shell and containment of the screensaver overlay 
      CCMAIL:plasma-devel@kde.org
      
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    • Dario Freddi's avatar
      Moving most stuff from PowerManagementConnector to the new SuspensionLockHandler. · fd0a6b8e
      Dario Freddi authored
      Result? Now inhibiting suspension works.
      
      Application developers, you can now easily prevent the PC from suspending. It's enough to 
      call the method "Inhibit" on org.kde.Solid.PowerManagement.Inhibit, specifying your application
      name and the reason why you want to inhibit. PowerDevil will take care of the rest, including 
      notifying the user when the system tries to suspend. The method returns an int, that you can use 
      as argument when calling "Uninhibit" on the same interface to get suspension back working.
      
      I'm forwarding this to kde-devel since it might interest someone.
      
      P.S.: Kevin, I definitely love when a plan comes together too :)
      
       -- Dario
       
      CCMAIL: ervin@kde.org
      CCMAIL: kde-devel@kde.org
      
      
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