Will using KDE programs use too much system resources?
erikharrison at gmail.com
Sun Apr 30 21:01:48 CEST 2006
On 4/28/06, Andrew Conkling <andrew.conkling at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 4/28/06, Dotan Cohen <dotancohen at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Is Gaim lighterweight than Kopete? I'll try it then. I thought that
> > Gaim was the Gnome equivelent. SO loading it would not be any better
> > than Kopete.
> Gaim uses GTK+, just like Xfce, so loading it does not introduce a new
> library. (I can't speak for any other that it may use, but all told,
> it's likely better on resources in Xfce.)
> > As for bluefish, I'd love to use it. Only problem is, that I'm usually
> > working on files right on the server. Kate is great in that it stores
> > fish:// protocol (SFTP) bookmarks internally, and accesses them as if
> > they were local. If bluefish did that, I'd switch in a heartbeat.
> I'm fairly sure that gedit 2.14 does this, using gnome-vfs. Of
> course, you may not want to use that since it's GNOME, but I've been
> using for about a year in Xfce with good things to say. (Don't kill
> me, Erik.)
I won't kill you. I will simply permit your RAM to cry out in pain.
Can't you hear it? Can't you hear it's suffering?
It weeps for you, Andrew. It weeps for you.
> Also, having used GNOME on my laptop, I'm fairly sure that if you
> connect to a SSH server in Nautilus and open a file therefrom (in
> gedit, at least), you're working with it directly on the server. I
> think. ;)
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