DEC
4
2001

KDevelop Gains Cross-Platform Compilation Support

KDevelop's programmer
extraordinaire Ralf Nolden
has added cross-compilation support to KDevelop. As his initial motivation
was to support development for the
Zaurus
(as we reported earlier this month, Trolltech and

DEC
4
2001

CRN.com: Accolades for a KDE Office

CRN today published an article destined
to give KDE/Linux naysayers food for thought regarding the viability of KDE
as enterprise desktop software. In this well-researched article by
Frank J. Ohlhorst, the
CRN Test Center built a Linux network consisting of a server and five
workstations, with the goal of creating a reliable network that

DEC
3
2001

People of KDE: Rob Kaper

For this week's edition of "People of KDE", Tink interviews Rob Kaper, author of Atlantik, all-round KDE evangelist and one of the few KDE developers marked "up for adoption" (and he kindly includes his dishes in the for-adoption kit :-). Say hi to Rob.

NOV
27
2001

KC KDE #26 Is Out

This week, Aaron J. Seigo, Juergen Appel and Rob Kaper present the jam-packed Kernel Cousin KDE #26.

NOV
26
2001

KDE 2.0 Development: Updated, and now in German

David Sweet wrote in to tell us
that the updated, German version of the excellent (and free) KDE 2 development book,
KDE 2.0 Development, is now
available
online
at Andamooka. David extends his
thanks to Petra Alm and Dirk Louis (translation), Karl Heinz Zimmer and

NOV
25
2001

People of KDE: Matthias "Kalle" Dalheimer

Let the drums roll, there is reason to rejoice. Tink is back with her insightful interviews with the People of KDE. Tink has updated the set of questions, and notes that she has prepared an impressive list of future interviews. The launch of the new interview season features Kalle (yes, the one and only Matthias "Kalle" Dalheimer). Thanks to Tink for her great work. We hope you enjoy the new series.

NOV
24
2001

KDE/Cygwin: KDE 2.2.1 On Windows Now Working!

Guillaume Laurent was the first of many to point out that the KDE on Cygwin project has successfully ported KDE 2.2.1 to Cygwin. What this basically means is that you can now have a recent KDE running under Windows with the help of Cygwin and Cygwin/XFree86.

NOV
22
2001

KDE 2.2.2 Released

The KDE Project has announced the release of KDE 2.2.2, a service and security release.
A fairly complete list of changes from KDE 2.2.1, released two months ago,
is available
here.
If you are using KDE in a multi-user environment,
you are strongly encouraged to upgrade for
the security enhancements incorporated into the release. If not, you are

NOV
21
2001

Quickies: XML Plugin For Kate, Pixie Plus, KDEdevelopers.net

Daniel Naber wrote in some time
ago to
inform us of a new XML plugin for
Kate. "The plugin gives hints about what's allowed at a certain position in
an XML file, according to the file's DTD. It will list possible
elements, attributes, attribute values or entities, depending on the
cursor position. You can also close an open element with a keyboard

NOV
15
2001

KDE 3.0 Screenshots (A/K/A, Do You Like Themes?)

Rob Kaper has graciously fulfilled the oft-heard
request for screenshots of the upcoming KDE 3.0 release. Take a trip
to KDE.org and have a look

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