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Kommander Database Plugin


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Score 65%
Kommander Database Plugin

Minimum required   Kommander
Downloads:  430
Submitted:  Sep 19 2006


We started this plugin about a year ago and after some inactivity are now introducing it. With all respect to the Kexi team this uses Knoda's hk_classes. (Kexi was not stable at the time and I've been using Knoda and like it) We welcome other plugins too as this was our original example/test. This version does not offer any GUI widgets but does offer full connectivity. Because Kommander widgets can be filled with data where fields are separated with tabs and lines by new lines it's fairly useful. Most importantly you can integrate with DCOP and the programming language of your choice.


0.3 this version fixed a bug that crashed the plugin after an update of Kommander.

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 problem installing..

 by ericipaq on: Sep 21 2006
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Hi, like this plugin alot but having problems installing on Suse Linux 10.1.
I got an error when make : cannot find -lhk_classes.

so what can i do? Very new to linux.
Thanks in advance

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 Re: problem installing..

 by sequitur on: Oct 5 2006
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Install hk_classes. If you have Knoda installed it uses them. Possibly your distribution strips out headers to save a few precious KB of memory (right!) and you need to install devel packages. Of course there is always installing from source, which messes with your package management but makes sure you can build.

Eric Laffoon
kdewebdev (Quanta/Kommander) project lead

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 Re: Re: problem inst

 by ericipaq on: Oct 5 2006
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Hi, first of all, thanks for your reply. I've check my installation and I've got hk_classes and hk_classes-devel installed, and the version is 0.8.2, not sure if this is the problem. By the way, I forgot to mention that when I do configure I need to use ./configure --with-hk_classes_dir=/usr/lib/hk_classes in order to configure it properly, but when I do makeobj that's when it gives me this error. Thanks again and hope to hear from you again soon.

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