2013/5/16 PCMan <pcman.tw@...>:
> Besides, I just added a new package "lxde-common-qt" in our git repo.
> This one, of coruse, is a set of default configuration files for the
> new LXDE-Qt flavor of DE.
> After installation of this package, you can select "LXDE-Qt" from your
> display manager or using startlxde-qt command to launch Qt flavor of
> Well, currently it replaces lxpanel gtk+ version with Razor panel.
> The file manager is replaced with PCManFM-Qt.
> Lxsession from the original LXDE is still used.
> The result is quite satisfactory and it DOES NOT use significantly
> more resources than the original gtk+ LXDE. Please try it.
Why not using the existing lxde-common and add a specific Qt session ?
Adding another source will need more work for packagers and
> Another good news is, I just finished a C++ class Xdg::DesktopSettings
> in the source code of Lximage-Qt.
> This is a little module detecting current desktop environment and read
> configuration from different places accordingly.
> In LXDE, Gnome, and XFCE, it reads icon theme name from XSettings.
> In Razor-qt, it reads razor.conf config file and monitor its changes.
> In the future I'll add this to PCManFM-Qt as well, so these LXDE-Qt
> applications can integrate better with Razor-Qt. KDE support is not
> yet added since I've no idea how to do it.
> See the code here.
> I believed that it's as useful for our friends from Razor or other
> independent projects. If we can add this support to every independent
> Qt program, we can make them blend better with existing DEs.
For your information, I'm working on something similar in lxsession :
it should be able to read and write configuration from razorqt config
files, which will include icon theme.