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Hi,

can you use Q_ASSERT in a sensible way in a kde plugin? The nice thing abou=
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assertions is that they tell you where it happened bevore bailing out, but=
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kde plugins don't have a stderr to output - or where do I have to look for=
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the error message?

Ciao
Uwe
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I knew I'd hate COBOL the moment I saw they'd used "perform" instead of
"do".
-- Larry Wall on a not-so-popular programming language

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