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 Makefile.am

 
 by KDEApp on: Jun 19 2004
 
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Hi,

I want to use make (Makefiles) to start a small script __after__
the build process.
My Application is builded by KDevelop and I don't know which file
I' ve to modify?
I added in Makefile.am at the toplevel dir this lines:

.PHONY: check-cdrecord
check-cdrecord:
@./check_cdrecord.sh
all:check-cdrecord

The script has been executed at first action -> OK, but it's
necessary to start it at the end.

Thanks a lot


Martin

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 X cursor help

 
 by jcurry on: Jun 19 2004
 
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I had created a set of cursors for windows, and all I have is a bunch of .cur and .ani files. I figured out how to get png files with the icotool program form icoutils, but I have no idea what to do about the .ani files. Also, how do I use the pngs to create an X theme. Could someone please explain how the X theme is structured? My ~/.icons/themename/cursors directories contains a bunch of files with seemingly random letters and numbers, and a couple of normally-named symlinks...I couldn't find anything to explain this...please help.


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 Re: X cursor help

 
 by Yama on: Jun 25 2004
 
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The Xcursor Theme Tutorial helped me a lot: http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=11428


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 Kioslave a howto?

 
 by mabs on: Jun 21 2004
 
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In me afford a being better at programming, I'm considering building the Kioslave suggested here:
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=13310

But since I havn't tried to write a kioslave before, I sort of need a little help getting started.
Is there a guide/howto/"getting started"-doc somewhere?
I've tried searching for one but havn't had much luck :-(

- M_abs


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 Re: Kioslave a howto

 
 by p0z3r on: Jun 26 2004
 
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http://www.heise.de/ct/english/01/05/242/
That looks like a good starting point.
I got it from the developer.kde.org tutorials section.
http://developer.kde.org/documentation/tutorials/


cheers,
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 Xchat in qt

 
 by kid on: Jun 28 2004
 
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hi
i was just wondering is it possible that some one could make a qt gui for xchat ?


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 Re: Xchat in qt

 
 by shimon on: Jun 28 2004
 
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you can port it if YOU want to but we dont use xchat


you must, you must use debian
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 Re: Re: Xchat in qt

 
 by leinir on: Jun 28 2004
 
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http://developer.berlios.de/projects/vertigo/

Try that on for size, you silly person with an opinion and no arguments ;) KDE frontend to the xchat libraries, though I've no idea how stable or complete it is. It's thus far only available through CVS, and it seems the last update for it was 3 months ago (though, of course, it has only one developer, so it's still actively developed I suspect). Give it a shot and see :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Xchat in qt

 
 by leinir on: Jun 28 2004
 
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Right, after trying Vertigo, I can vouch for it's XChat-ness, and it seems stable enough, though there are a few gripes when it comes to the interface.

However, if you want something that works more or less like XChat but with a more KDE style interface, try out Konversation (get the cvs version, it's much better than the latest release) at http://www.konversation.org/ - It's your friend. Really it is! I use it myself ;)


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 Re: Re: Re: Xchat in

 
 by kid on: Jun 29 2004
 
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i can't compile Vertigo...don't know why


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 Re: Xchat in qt

 
 by WhitePanther5000 on: Jun 29 2004
 
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Is it really that important whether something is in GTK or QT anyway? I always just choose the better app. Sure it might be nice to have exactly the same widget style all over, but they can have similar themes and I wouldn't give up functionality for a little more consistancy... sorry I kinda drifted off-topic.


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 Re: Re: Xchat in qt

 
 by eean on: Jun 30 2004
 
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I've been using the Qt GTK theme and it does rather mess things up for XChat.

Now I just use KVIrc. I guess that really what the answer to parents question is.


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 Linux developer?

 
 by greatscot on: Jul 4 2004
 
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I am writing an article concerning the drive that Linux developers possess for developing Linux solutions.
In this day and age, most everything is driven by money. That isn't the case for most Linux developers. I am currently in the research phase of this article and wish to hear from as many Linux developers as possible.
I would like to know "why" you develop Linux solutions and what you hope to gain, or, any other information you feel is relevant to such an article. Your reply can be as little as one word, or as much as several paragraphs.
Please send replies to my public email address: linuxuser7@yahoo.com. It is my intention to submit the completed article to the following news sites: http://dot.kde.org/, http://www.linuxjournal.com/, http://www.linuxgazette.com/, http://www.linux-mag.com/, http://lwn.net/. Please reply to this post, here at kde-look, to inform me of any other news sites that you feel may benefit from this article.
Please, serious replies only.


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 Re: Linux developer?

 
 by p0z3r on: Jul 5 2004
 
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http://www.linuxtoday.com


cheers,
-p0z3r

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 Re: Re: Linux develo

 
 by greatscot on: Jul 5 2004
 
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On my last four visits to linuxtoday.com, they had large Microsoft advertisements on their main web page. I'll have to make a few more random visits before I submit anything to them. I am more interested in websites which are "pro-Linux" rather than "pro-money".


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 Re: Re: Re: Linux de

 
 by p0z3r on: Jul 6 2004
 
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I do believe that there was a microsoft software ad in the most recent Linux Journal magazine that I received. So, if this is the basis for you decision then exclude them as well. Btw, listening to thelinuxshow.com's radio webcast they talked about the fact that Linux Today ran ads from Microsoft. The general thought was that if Microsoft is going to support Open Source and Linux, then so be it.. Let them pay their money. I'm not saying that's the reason why I still like the site, but the news there has always been posted before Slashdot and seem well written to me.


cheers,
-p0z3r

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 Re: Re: Re: Linux de

 
 by p0z3r on: Jul 7 2004
 
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Actually it wasn't Microsoft, but a company pushing .NET testing frameworks in a Linux magazine. It still implies that you should consider .NET on a Microsoft platform.


cheers,
-p0z3r

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 Re: Linux developer?

 
 by telex on: Jul 5 2004
 
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For me, personally, it's predominantly about giving something back to the community, and about furthering the cause of the Free Software Foundation, i.e. giving people more opportunities and freedom with software.

By the way, you should definitely read and refer to this survey:
http://www.osdn.com/bcg

(From someone who has written a few times for Newsforge, LWN and Linux&Main)


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 Re: Re: Linux develo

 
 by greatscot on: Jul 5 2004
 
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Hmm... I was unaware of this survey. Thank you for the link, and the advice.


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 KSplash

 
 by arcisz on: Jul 28 2004
 
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Is there any HOWTO how create engines for KSplash ??


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 Re: KSplash

 
 by Torf on: Jul 31 2004
 
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You mean something like http://docs.kde.org/en/3.2/kdebase/ksplashml/wrplugins.html ?


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 Re: Re: KSplash

 
 by germ on: Aug 5 2004
 
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Thanks, Torf. good resource. ;)


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