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KGentooConf

   0.0201  

KDE System Tool

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KGentooConf
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KGentooConf
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Link:  Link
Depends on  Qt 3.x
Downloads:  2519
Submitted:  Jul 18 2005
Updated:  Sep 8 2005

Description:

KGentooConf is a QT configuration tool for Gentoo Linux.

NOTE: Latest news and versions at http://kgentooconf.sourceforge.net




Changelog:

Rev. 0.0201a 2005/09/08
Fix a bug with plugin directory.

Rev. 0.0201 2005/08/31
After a month, I release a preview version of KGentooConf. Added support for plugins. Changes cant be saved. Preview version of plugins format. A lot of bugs here!! Only for testing!! Download program and plugins at project web page: http://kgentooconf.sf.net

Rev. 0.02 2005/07/25
Application ready to translation. Spanish translation partially completed.
Added module Net that works with /etc/conf.d/net. NOTE: This module can read configuration partially, but this cant save changes.
Now, is possible to add some variable to some file from Extra section.
Errors are shown at Status section in red color.
Some minor GUI bugfixes.

Rev. 0.015 2005/07/20
Some GUI modifications and bugfixes. Thanx to smileaf for send me some bugfixes.

2005/07/19
KGentooConf is moving to Sourceforge. Please, Visit the homepage at http://kgentooconf.sourceforge.net

Rev. 0.01 2005/07/18
For now, KGentooConf can edit and safe save make.conf. KGentooConf backup your original make.conf. Version only for testing!!. Please, send me all bugs. Thanks a lot.




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 download url

 
 by pregopresto on: Jul 18 2005
 
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download url is down...


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 Re: download url

 
 by dartanyan on: Jul 18 2005
 
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Download is ok now.


Gentoo Linux 64 User.
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 How about Kuroo

 
 by biehl on: Jul 18 2005
 
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Maybe you can work together with Kuroo

http://tux.myftp.org/wikka/wikka.php?wakka=HomePage

to make a full Gentoo tool-set?


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 Re: How about Kuroo

 
 by dartanyan on: Jul 19 2005
 
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Maybe ;) KGentooConf is a global (in the future) configuration tool. Kuroo only works with portage. Thanx.


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 nice start

 
 by smileaf on: Jul 19 2005
 
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Here is a patch to add in 3 missing portage features I use.
http://smileaf.org/files/kgentooconf_add-missing-features.patch

Only other bug I've noticed is that your USE parser can't handle multiple lines.


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 Re: nice start

 
 by dartanyan on: Jul 19 2005
 
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Thanx a lot for the patch.
USE parser works fine with lines ends in \. Another style of end of line?


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 Re: Re: nice start

 
 by smileaf on: Jul 19 2005
 
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Never had to add \ at the end before.
perhaps their parser has spoiled me? ;)


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 Re: Re: Re: nice sta

 
 by dartanyan on: Jul 19 2005
 
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Which end of line have you before? KGentooConf eliminates all end of lines with the form \ before save first time. KGentoo works and saves multilines in one line.
Thanx.


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 In far future :)

 
 by marekw77 on: Jul 19 2005
 
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At present this utility is not really useful for me.

Some possible features that would make it attractive to me ;)

Don't forget the very useful files:

/etc/portage/package.keywords
/etc/portage/package.mask
/etc/portage/package.unmask
/etc/portage/package.use

In fact, /etc/make.conf USE flags should be seldom used and should only present a small generic subset (trust me, speaking from experience here ;) ). It's dangerous to also use the dev keywords (ie "~x86") globally. It's far better to use USE/KEYWORDS flags on a package-by-package basis in the above mentioned files.

Also note the 'equery' functionality, you can now query what use flags a package uses and what use flags are available. If you could link that into your utility and then populate the /etc/portage files, that woulud indeed be a powerful GUI.


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 Re: In far future :)

 
 by dartanyan on: Jul 19 2005
 
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KGentooConf is in very, very earlier version. A lot of changes in GUI are in my mind and a lot of new features to work with all configuration files for Gentoo Linux... But this is a lot of work and I am newbie in QT...
Stay tunned! :)
Thanx for your recomendations.


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 Network devices...

 
 by EliasP on: Jul 25 2005
 
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Hi
Great to see an app like this.

I think it would be better, to have a list of network-devices which are selectable... but don't display the whole options dialog for each network device.

Another nice thing would be SSH support, to configure remote machines.

Greetings

Elias P.


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 Re: Network devices.

 
 by dartanyan on: Jul 25 2005
 
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Nice idea with combo. Usually, a user only have one or two network cards, and KGentooConf can add more cards from Extra section, but I think that with a combo box its a result more easy.

And nice idea with remote control, too. But this is a far, far future ;)

Thanx a lot.

Regards.


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 kde widgets?

 
 by smileaf on: Jul 27 2005
 
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I tried to do a little more work on your program however everytime I try to use a KDE widget it segfaults.

I started a new project within kdevelop and kde widgets do work there

so while I was bored without internet I had a little fun making my own little conf gui.
I got the make.conf fully done. even with a little better, IMO, parser. it handles multiple lines even without the \ at the end.

I also started to play around with a profile chooser. very much so incomplete as I have yet to figure out how to read/write a symlink and get where it points to.

USE selector needs a little more work I'd love to embed a combobox within the klistview that I have for the enabled mode.

Gotten a lot of ideas just reading the man pages. One such idea is the ability to limit the directories sync'ed

Seeing this recent update to yours I've gotten another idea. Perhaps doing some sort of a plugin system might be good for all the different extra's that can be installed. There are many config files that gentoo can use. but having all of them inside 1 project might be a little messy. So if we extended the ability to a plugin system those extras that people would use would be there for them and not be for those that'll never even want to see them.

If you'd like to take a look at mine here it is:
http://smileaf.org/files/kgentooconf2.kdevelop-0.1.tar.gz
This is that new project I started to test out the kde widgets. It's named kgentooconf2 as to not confuse it with yours.
that's 3-4 days of work. Use what you want(if you want all of it go for it!). Hopefully this'll help with ideas to make an awesome GUI config tool for us all :)

I've also tried to email you a while ago but I never got a response?


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 Re: kde widgets?

 
 by dartanyan on: Jul 27 2005
 
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Hi smileaf.

Thanx a lot for your contribution.

I sent you an e-mail few days ago to answer your two e-mails. Didn't you received?

Regards.


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 Re: kde widgets?

 
 by dartanyan on: Jul 28 2005
 
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KGentooConf is dependant of QT and isn't from KDE. So I only use QT widgets.
I don't have time to see your work: my monitor crash last day so I will buy another in a few days... so KGentooConf development is stoped (only a few days!! ;))
Regards.


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 Re: Re: kde widgets?

 
 by smileaf on: Jul 30 2005
 
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kinda confusing when it starts with a K then ;)


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