Several of you have written in to note that Red Hat 6.2 rpms for KDE 2 are now available here. A full list of KDE 2.0 binaries for the various distributions/versions is below -- if you know of any more please add a comment. Remember, folks, these rpms are not built by the KDE Team. Update: 11/06 10:16 PM.
Breaking news! The KDevelop Team will release version 1.3 of its C/C++ IDE for UNIX within the next couple of weeks. The new release has a lot of new features regarding KDE 2 and Qt 2.2 development, particularly a project file generator which creates a project file out of your existing automake/autoconf project on the fly so you can start working with KDevelop on your former project within seconds. I´ve tried this last night with the kdebase module - and it worked!
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Hallelujah! The KDE site has quite a new
look! It's been completely redesigned and I like it, thank you very much!
But judge for yourself... Is the new layout better? Is
the new art better? Are things easier to find? We want to know what you think! I asked Kurt
Granroth, the KDE core developer behind the changes, a few questions you might have as well. Read what he had to say below.
This week, in The People Behind KDE, Tink interviews Reginald Stadlbauer, hacker extraordinaire originally behind such things as KPresenter and KWord. "I posted to the kde lists, that I'll write a
powerpoint clone. As I was new to C++ and Qt/KDE, nobody took me serious (as some people told me later :-)
It seems many users have not been overly thrilled with the way the task
bars are arranged in the KDE 2 desktop. As is typical, the KDE developers have quickly responded.
Matthias Elter wrote
in to tell us he has made some nice modifications. Details -- and
screenshots -- below.
I have implemented the kicker extension framework I've been talking about.
It comes with two demo extensions, an external taskbar and a child panel