Posted Sep 24, 2012 22:59 UTC (Mon) by Jonno
In reply to: A lesson
Parent article: GStreamer 1.0 released
GNOME 2 and GNOME 3 libraries can co-exist (I'm running both a GNOME 2 application and a GNOME 3 application on my KDE desktop right now), though unlike KDE, the GNOME 2 and GNOME 3 desktops can't be co-installed. So GNOME offer the same ability as GStreamer, even if only KDE goes one step further.
As for KDE, I was running KDE 3.5 and 4.x in parallel for a few years, switch between them at login time, so that works just fine (though the K-menu was a bit messy for a while, with duplicates of several applications).
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