This is a discussion on Re: How to debug kioslave problems ? [Was: Problem opening - KDE ; On Monday 03 April 2006 21:41, Pavel Troller wrote: > =A0 What to do next ? Is it necessary to write a real get(), or could it = be > possible to omit its call for kio_bluetooth, as it used ...
On Monday 03 April 2006 21:41, Pavel Troller wrote:
> =A0 What to do next ? Is it necessary to write a real get(), or could it =
> possible to omit its call for kio_bluetooth, as it used to be ?
I'm guessing that it implements copy()? And it has copyToFile=3Dtrue in the=
And that you used to copy to file:/ previously, but nowadays you're copying=
to other =
protocols instead, like system:/ or media:/ ?
This would explain it. Otherwise my crystal ball is deficient
To explain this: get() is used to read a file, except when the slave implem=
and we're copying to file:/, then instead of shipping the data back to the =
app, the slave
is in charge of directly writing it out into a file. So get isn't called in=
But in most other cases - copying to other protocols, or if copy() isn't im=
then get() is the -only- way to get the data. Sounds to me like it should b=
or is bluetooth:/ not about reading files somehow?
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