APR
7
2001

KDevelop 3.0 Now Developer-Ready

Bernd Gehrmann writes: "As you may have noticed, the HEAD branch of KDevelop now

APR
1
2001

Kernel Cousin KDE Issue #4 is Out

Aaron J. Seigo is back with another excellent edition of KC KDE.

MAR
25
2001

Kernel Cousin KDE Issue #3 is Out

This week in KC KDE, Aaron J. Seigo summarises 10 threads, including coverage of the new powerful Kant editor in kdebase, Palm Pilot ioslaves, KDE sockssupport, a new font selection widget with font previews, and more. Get your fix here.

MAR
24
2001

KDE Developer's Checklist

There are a number of things that are easy to overlook when working on KDE applications. I've put together a checklist on developer.kde.org to help developers keep track of important items when creating new applications or when making changes to existing ones. You can send me any additions, corrections, or comments. Happy hacking.

MAR
18
2001

Kernel Cousin KDE Issue #2 is Out

This week in KC KDE, you can read all of 14 topics covering RealPlayer 8 and KDE2 integration, HTML form completion in Konqueror, the new KDE2 scanner library and GUI, SDI vs MDI, kISDN and kppp integration, and more. Go get it here.

MAR
12
2001

Kernel Cousin KDE Issue #1 is Out!

Aaron J. Seigo has started a KDE version of the Kernel Cousin series at Kernel Traffic. Given the number of Cousins already active, he asked, "Why not for KDE?". The result is one of the first projects to flow from the recently-announced kde-promo mailing list.

MAR
3
2001

KDevelop Rated Leading Open Source IDE

The illustrious
C++ Users Journal
has a comprehensive comparison of Open Source IDEs in its March issue. Although not currently online, the article covers 18 IDEs and then concludes

FEB
12
2001

Cervisia 1.0 and 1.1 released

Cervisia, an advanced graphical frontend for CVS, has finally been released as a 1.0 version. This release compiles either with KDE1 or KDE2 and contains complete documentation. Also available now is the 1.1 release, which contains a pile of new features and usability enhancements. Read on for a few highlights.

Cervisia features include:

FEB
2
2001

Multimedia: The Noatun Development Handbook

As you might know, Noatun (with a Kaiman module) is the new KDE 2.1 multimedia player. Noatun supports plugins on a very deep level, and a rich API allows large amount of control of the entire
application. A new document is now available with developer information on writing playlists, user interfaces, visualizations, and even coffee-makers for Noatun. ;-) Also available, an API reference.

JAN
29
2001

New Version of KDE Devel Tutorial + KBillar

Antonio Larrosa, active KDE developer and preacher, recently wrote to us about the release of a new version (1.1.2) of his popular tutorial on how to write KDE2 applications.

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