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KDE Other Utility

Score 53%
Version Control:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  36
Submitted:  Sep 13 2013
Updated:  Jun 10 2014


KTrayShorcut allows you to send any window to the system tray while assigning them global shortcuts to toggle the window.


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 by montfras on: Sep 14 2013
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Could you post a tarball with the source please?
Or a git repo?


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 Re: Source?

 by rosenfeld on: Sep 14 2013
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I'm pretty sure I included the source to the GitHub project when I created this entry. Take a look at the "Link" link just below the application name. Anyway, this is the link again:


Sorry, but I barely found any good documentation or book on how to create CMake/KDE applications and I could only find an article showing to how create a binary deb, but I don't know how to create the source deb. Any help is welcomed as this is my first KDE/X11/CMake program. Also, I haven't done any C++ programming for the last 7 years, and I forgot almost everything I used to know when I worked with C++ in the past. I'd really love to see pull requests to improve the code organization and to add support for creating the source debian package. Also this was my first binary Debian package as well :)

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 Re: Re: Source?

 by rosenfeld on: Sep 14 2013
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Actually the "Link" link is in the right side of the "Version Control" item.

Also, it shouldn't really depend on full KDE 4, but only on libkdeui5 (I guess) and libxmu and I've been told it works with Unite as well and I believe it should work with any X11 environment...

I only really needed some KDE components for setting up the global shortcuts...

Also, if you prefer a Debian repository, I pushed this to Amazon S3:

deb [ arch=amd64 ] http://rosenfeld-deb-repo.s3.amazonaws.com debian main

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 Re: Re: Source?

 by montfras on: Sep 15 2013
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I see, thank you.
Making deb packages of CMake is a bit difficult indeed.

If you want automated building and publishing for rpm packages (and optionally debs and arch packages) take a look at https://build.opensuse.org/

You can use a spec file I wrote as an example: https://build.opensuse.org/package/view_file/home:mdemeyer/moviethumbs-kde/moviethumbs-kde.spec?expand=1

note: It's not the best spec file out there, far from, but it works :)

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