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kchmviewer

   5.3  

KDE Other Utility

Score 86%
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  9106
Submitted:  Jun 8 2005
Updated:  Jan 14 2011

Description:

KchmViewer is a chm (MS HTML help file format) viewer, written in C++. Unlike most existing CHM viewers for Unix, it uses Trolltech Qt widget library, and does not depend on KDE or Gnome. However, it may be compiled with full KDE support, including KDE widgets and KIO/KHTML.

The main advantage of KchmViewer is non-English language support. Unlike others, KchmViewer in most cases correctly detects help file encoding, correctly shows tables of context of Russian, Korean, Chinese and Japanese help files, and correctly searches in non-English help files (search for MBCS languages - ja/ko/ch is still in progress).

KchmViewer is written by George Yunaev, and is licensed under GNU GPL v3 license.




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 Great

 
 by thormedia on: Jun 8 2005
 
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This works peferectly so far.

A very handy app to have... Hey one nice feature if you can do it, is to export the chm to pdf....

Possible?

Kind regards

Miles


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 kio ?

 
 by gml on: Jun 8 2005
 
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It's a good idea if you create a kio-slave for read chm files in konqueror ;)


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 Re: kio ?

 
 by gyunaev on: Jun 10 2005
 
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there is a KIO-slave. However, it is not useful outside kchmviewer.
In my opinion, it is not reasonable to make an only-KIO slave, because a lot of features will be missed (bookmarks, search in whole book and so on)


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 lib Xext

 
 by pod on: Jun 8 2005
 
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Hi, trying to build on debian testing, have xlibs-dev and libxext-dev installed under /usr/X11R6/lib and in ld cache,
./configure finds Xext ok
checking for libXext... yes

ldconfig -p | grep Xext shows
libXext.so.6 (libc6) => /usr/X11R6/lib/libXext.so.6
libXext.so (libc6) => /usr/X11R6/lib/libXext.so

but make drops out in /src with
/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lXext
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status

any ideas?
cheers


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 Re: lib Xext

 
 by pod on: Jun 8 2005
 
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fixed it by butchering the configure script a bit :)

real nice job, cheers.


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 lib Xext

 
 by aubel on: Jun 8 2005
 
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Same problem here.

What exactly have you done to your configure file ?

Thank you


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 Re: lib Xext

 
 by dacuan on: Jun 30 2005
 
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Just add the string '-L/usr/X11R6/lib' (without quotas) to every place in configure where -lXext is found.


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 Re: Re: lib Xext

 
 by gyunaev on: Jun 10 2005
 
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Could I have a patch?


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 some minor issue

 
 by maniac on: Jun 8 2005
 
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kchmviewer cannot open files with simplified Chinese name, here is the error message:
QString::arg(): Argument missing: Unable to load the chm file KchmViewer, (chm file name).chm

btw, why not make it specific to KDE only? I think the KDE open dialogue looks much better.

This is a great app. thank you for your work.


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 Re: some minor issue

 
 by gyunaev on: Jun 10 2005
 
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A lot of people do not use KDE.


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 Re: Re: some minor issue

 
 by hugorodrig on: Jun 19 2005
 
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If you want it to be added to KDE's svn than it should use KDE's default open dialog.
Then again you can always maintain 2 diferent versions (one for KDE only and the other for QT), this should not be very dificult to maintain.


Hugo Rodrigues
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 Re: Re: some minor issue

 
 by attendant on: Jun 20 2005
 
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true... but how many of those people will actually use this app. there are already similar apps with better integration to other desktops (such as xchm, same functionality but gtk/gnome look... given a choice i don't see why they'll go for a qt based one). integration with kde has a lot more to offer than an open dialog, i think this app would gain a lot by adding some of kde standard features (configurable toolbars and keybindings to name some stuff common on most kde apps). btw, why call it kchmviewer and not qchmviewer?

anyway, good app. best chm viewer for kde i've found.


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 Re: Re: Re: some minor issue

 
 by gyunaev on: Jun 20 2005
 
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Actually a lot of them... Anyway, I don't want to make it KDE-only.
However, I'll continue to work on better KDE integration, including everything you've mentioned.


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 amd64 compilation

 
 by CARTMAN on: Jun 9 2005
 
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It doesn't compile on amd64 as chmlib sets fixed sizes for arches but not for amd64.


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 Good stuff!

 
 by venson on: Jun 30 2005
 
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Excellent work. Very snappy.

Few things:
1. kchmmainwindow.cpp is missing a "#include < unistd.h>" line - without this, the compilation fails on slackware 10.1 at line 328 at the fork() function.

2. It would be better to have kchmviewer as an SDI app, rather than popup a file dialog asking for a file on startup.

Keep up the good work :) I will be using this a lot henceforth.


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 Re: Good stuff!

 
 by gyunaev on: Jun 30 2005
 
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Gonna fix this.


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