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Lancelot

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Lancelot
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Lancelot
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Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  11824
Submitted:  Aug 26 2008
Updated:  Jul 10 2009

Description:

Lancelot is an ALI (application launcher interface) for KDE 4 designed to provide a place from which all your jobs begin. It provides quick access to applications, places, documents, contacts and system information.

It is a part of KDE since 4.2, so you should have it in your distribution's package repository. It should be in kdeplasma-addons package.

PLEASE READ BEFORE COMMENTING:

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For questions and comments, use KDE forums or find me (nickname: ivan|***) on #plasma channel on freenode.

For reporting bugs, go to http://bugs.kde.org/

For requesting new features, visit http://forum.kde.org/showthread.php?tid=15049







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 Using in kooldock ksmoothdock

 
 by gzu on: Oct 3 2008
 
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Hi,

I'm using lancelot by using the show x y method from kooldock & ksmoothdock and it seems to work OK. However I have to invoke it from the plasma taskbar first before it will work in the other dockers. Is there some sort of initialization call that has to be made first?

Thanks,


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 Re: Using in kooldock ksmoothdock

 
 by ivancukic on: Oct 4 2008
 
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It seems that invoking via qdbus doesn't check for the service and doesn't automatically start the lancelot binary.

So, the solution is to start the binary manually on session start.


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 Re: Re: Using in kooldock ksmoothdock

 
 by ivancukic on: Oct 4 2008
 
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(ln -s /where/you/installed/kde/bin/lancelot $HOME/.kde4/Autostart)


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 no return in nonvoid function

 
 by buschmann23 on: Oct 15 2008
 
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I build the packages for openSUSE in the openSUSE Build Service. The rpmlint script there complains about
Quote:

I: Program returns random data in a function
E: plasmoid-lancelot no-return-in-nonvoid-function /usr/src/packages/BUILD/lancelot/libs/lancelot/widgets/PassagewayView.cpp:410

Because of this issue the packages for the Factory repositories get not build. So, I am not a developer, but could this "issue" get fixed? I also could disable the rpmlint checks for that repositories, but I think that they make sense. :)


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 Re: no return in nonvoid function

 
 by ivancukic on: Oct 16 2008
 
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Thanks, it's fixed now in the 4.1 branch. (tbh, I don't know how it happened since that line existed in the trunk and was empty in branch...)


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 Optimization?

 
 by lucher on: Oct 18 2008
 
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I tried 1.0.3 on openSuse11.0 and appreciate the gui concept.

Though: I have to disable it for now - compositing does not work smooth anymore when lancelot is enabled. Kickoff opens fast and performs well. Lancelot takes 4 seconds to open the menu (first, only the shadow is shown - compared with other windows, the shadow covers the whole window area, not only the boundaries where the shadow is supposed to be drawn). Then it takes awhile before the "right" window appears. Moreover I have the impression that the whole compositing is slower if Lancelot is enabled. But didnt do benchmarks to prove that. Btw: I am using the latest NVIDIA drivers and didn't have any performance issues with them.


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 Debian package

 
 by smihael on: Oct 28 2008
 
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I've made Debian package (amd64 only, sorry):

http://smihael.bplaced.net/downloads/lancelot_1.0+SVN-877044-1_amd64.deb


Greetings,
Miha (smihael@gmail.com)

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 Odlicno - Funtastic.

 
 by shakazulu on: Nov 4 2008
 
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This is funtastic. Incredible. Thanks mate.

Hvala prijatelju,

Pozdrav


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 Brilliant

 
 by kirkyD on: Nov 22 2008
 
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I just registered simply to say thanks for this. The no click idea, (along with the rest of the menu) is brilliant and well designed.

Thanks alot mate!!!


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