FEB
7
2004

KDE-CVS-Digest for February 6, 2004

In this week's KDE-CVS-Digest:
KStars now has constellation lines.
Gwenview is now a KPart, for embedded use in Konqueror.
Plus many bug fixes and improvements in KMail and
Konqueror.

FEB
1
2004

KDE-CVS-Digest for January 30, 2004

In this week's KDE-CVS-Digest: The
KDE Text-To-Speech Daemon improvements with GUI and speaker plugins.
KStars adds star motions.
And many bugfixes in KDevelop and
khtml.

JAN
24
2004

KDE-CVS-Digest for January 23, 2004

In this week's KDE-CVS-Digest:
KStars adds more telescopic devices.
KAddressBook adds custom field support.
Krita gets working brush and new patterns.
CSS code from Safari added to KHTML.

JAN
23
2004

kdenonbeta Official Clean Up: Where will your code go?

kdenonbeta is KDE's source repository for code that is not ready yet to be included in KDE's beta releases. It can be considered a nursing ground for new software. Unfortunately not all software reaches adolescence.
Below you find a list of programs that have been removed from kdenonbeta due
to lack of development. If you are the author of a program in kdenonbeta that is still there after this cleanup, now is a good time to think about the future of your code.

You have a few options:

JAN
17
2004

KDE-CVS-Digest for January 16, 2004

In this week's KDE-CVS-Digest:
amaroK adds graphic sonograms.
KolourPaint can be used as an icon editor.
KPilot PIM integration improves.
KMail folder code is refactored.

JAN
10
2004

KDE-CVS-Digest for January 9, 2004

In this week's KDE-CVS-Digest:
Many changes in KDE-PIM; gpgme now used in

JAN
10
2004

Rapid Application Development using PyQt and Eric3

Tired of long, carefully crafted tutorials trying to show you the quickest way to write a program? Here I take another approach. I just went and did a program and the tutorial while checking the clock. So here you have all three in one:

the app, the tutorial, and the timeline
. :-)

JAN
9
2004

GTK+ Apps Get Free Reign on KDE Technology

Integration of GTK+ applications in KDE has taken another leap forward. This has historically been a bit of a problem; the fact that Qt and GTK+ rely on different event loops was making it impossible to, for example, use dialogs from one toolkit while building the GUI in another. QtGTK is a library which integrates the Qt event loop in the Glib event loop. This makes it possible to freely use KDE dialogs, DCOP, KDE IO and other KDE technology in any GTK+ application just like they would be native. From now on, every GTK+ application can easily integrate with KDE.

JAN
8
2004

KDE.OpenOffice.org: Native Widget Framework Available

A development version of the
OOo KDE Native Widget Framework is now available for
download. So far, it can draw KDE-styled push buttons, radio buttons,

JAN
4
2004

KDE-CVS-Digest for January 2, 2004

In this week's KDE-CVS-Digest:
KMail gains a basic anti-spam wizard.
A new version of the SSLIODevice and SSLServerSocket code. An alpha version of the Debian KDE LiveCD was imported. Speedups in khtml and kjs. And many bugfixes.

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