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KNfoViewer

   0.3.3  

KDE Text Processing

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KNfoViewer
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  763
Submitted:  Dec 8 2007
Updated:  Jan 24 2008

Description:

NFO file viewer for KDE. The only one I could find was KNfo which isn't being developed anymore, and it was written in Ruby/Qt. This is written in pure C++/Qt3/KDE3, and will be actively developed and ported to KDE4.

The program consists of a main window and an embedded KPart, so you can integrate it easily into your own program and also view NFO files embedded in Konqueror.

You need cmake>= 2.4 to compile it. Once unpacked, run the command "cmake . -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=`kde-config --prefix`" from the source directory, and then just run make && make install like you normally would.




Changelog:

Version 0.3.3
Changed : implemented the thumbnail viewer. Thumbnails are now generated for NFO files, and the preview panel now works for NFO files in KDE.




LicenseGPL
Source(knfoviewer-0.3.3)
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 Error

 
 by spikyatlinux on: Jan 24 2008
 
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Everytime I want to start knfoviewer I become the error 'Could not find our part.' My system is OpenSuse 10.3 x64, perhaps you can help me, thanks.


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 Re: Error

 
 by ChaosWars on: Jan 25 2008
 
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It will give that error if it can't find the file libknfoviewerpart.so. Could you confirm if that file is located on your system, and if so where it is installed.

In fact, email me a list of all the files installed by KNfoViewer and their locations, that would help tremendously to track down the problem.


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 Re: Re: Error

 
 by amigib on: Feb 5 2008
 
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the problem is probably like on every multilib x86_64 systems, system libraries are in /usr/lib64 and knfoviewer is instaling it in /usr/lib

(for slamd64 im copying libs and editing*.la files manually)

Hey ChaosWars, it would be nice to know how to switch this to /usr/lib64...
hmmm cmake, i dont like it...


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 Re: Re: Re: Error

 
 by ChaosWars on: Feb 6 2008
 
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I think I've fixed the build system for x86_64. I have changed the CMakeLists.txt file to use the variable cmake finds for the kde library. If someone wants to check out the SVN and see if it installs to the right place, I can ready the next realease to use it.


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 nice but

 
 by amigib on: Feb 20 2008
 
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yep, it is putting *.so files in right place but i think /usr/local isnt good place for icon files, they usually are in /usr
and *.la files probably should goes where *.so files are

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bash-3.1$ ls -R
.:
usr

./usr:
bin lib64 local share

./usr/bin:
knfoviewer

./usr/lib64:
kde3

./usr/lib64/kde3:
knfoviewerthumbnail.so libknfoviewerpart.so

./usr/local:
lib share

./usr/local/lib:
kde3

./usr/local/lib/kde3:
knfoviewerthumbnail.la libknfoviewerpart.la

./usr/local/share:
icons

./usr/local/share/icons:
crystalsvg

./usr/local/share/icons/crystalsvg:
48x48

./usr/local/share/icons/crystalsvg/48x48:
apps

./usr/local/share/icons/crystalsvg/48x48/apps:
knfoviewer.png

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sorry for late response

checked on SLAMD64


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 It's great!

 
 by ilj on: Apr 12 2008
 
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Thanks very much for this nice program!


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 Some proposals

 
 by michan on: Jul 16 2008
 
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Add 'make uninstall' rules.
Install to /usr/local instead of /usr by default.


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 Re: Some proposals

 
 by ChaosWars on: Aug 18 2008
 
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Sorry, but no. Both suggestions are totally against the KDE guidlines for programs. Additionally, KDE won't be able to find the kpart to load it if it is installed to /usr/local.

The icons have been moved to $KDEDIR/share/icons/hicolor though, as per the new guidlines, and the program has been ported to KDE4. I shall release an updated version for KDE3 as well as a new version for KDE4 sometime this month, once I have polished the documentation.


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 KDE4

 
 by MoonBlossom on: May 16 2009
 
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Hi! I'm wondering if you still have plans to port it to KDE4 :)


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 Category wrong

 
 by cochisepoeta on: Aug 5 2009
 
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Your software is in a wrong category. He is nor a text processor.


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