OCT
17
2003

more... More... MORE!!!

I know, that I should study geography / history these days (and will, too), but instead of doing that I am _again_ working on kmameleon... This week there has been some drastic changes in the (core) of the kmameleon proggy, so basically this is what is new:

* bug fixes left from the 0.5 release
* Frontend color change (with all the tools and the debug output included)
* Relayed out 4 configuration plugins (basically it was a design flaw in this so it stetched much more than it should)
* New configuration module: It's for the either for more advanced users, or if kmameleon is missing a switch you can use this... Still have one tiny thing to add, and will be complete :)

It's getting very crispy there in the KDE CVS, and it's currently tagged with version 0.9, the next major release will be 1.0 (but rather 1.0.1, as I am not fond fo that round numbers...)

Timeline? At least 2 more months, but if someone wishes to contribute, it would be much faster (about 1 month) :)

Oh -- And there is a very interesting shell script (my first, have to brag) in the nonbeta/kmameleon/main/layouts/convert.sh , that will convert all the .ui files in the directory into .h/.cc pair

'nuff for now...

Comments

would you ever ever want to generate a cpp, and .h file for a ui file outside of the build process?


By Ian Reinhart Geiser at Sat, 10/18/2003 - 05:13

Well... That's "compile on demand" :)
I used to do that with test.ui file, that generated that pair, and then I just copied the content of the cpp/h pair.

When I dug in the trouble because of the missing layouts (because there were all created with test.ui), I have recreated some of the files, but still working on that... I actually donn't need to get them compiled when "make" runs... I just need the .cpp / .h pair from time to time...

Oh; One more thing... I get an error here on kdedevelopers.org:

Fatal error: Call to undefined function: comment_moderation() in /srv/www/drupal/themes/goofy/goofy.theme on line 145

Can you look at it?
-= K stands for Kreativity =-


By KDE User at Sat, 10/18/2003 - 11:46

never read the subject drunk at 3 am before you're up for a big disappointment


By Mathieu Chouinard at Sun, 10/19/2003 - 01:07