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findmissingcrystal - determine which KDE Crystal icons are the same as
the KDE Classic hicolor icons
findmissingcrystal is a small utility that runs through the icons in
the given KDE module and determines which Crystal icons from that
module are identical to the old KDE Classic hicolor icons.
This script must be run from the top-level directory of a KDE source
tree (i.e., the directory containing kdelibs, kdebase, etc.). It is
assumed that module is a top-level module in the source tree, and it is
also assumed that the source tree contains the kdeartwork module (which
contains the old hicolor icons).
For each Crystal icon in the given module, a message will be output
describing whether the icon is new (no matching hicolor icon was
found), different from the hicolor icon or the same as the hicolor
This utility is part of the KDE Software Development Kit.
This manual page was prepared by Ben Burton <email@example.com> for the
Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
February 6, 2004 FINDMISSINGCRYSTAL(1)
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