In Berlin KDAB headquarters we have found all facilities needed for hacking. Awesome!
Anyway, here come another two KOffice apps running on Windows. Read on for tasty screenshots >>>
When Thorsten Zachmann, already half-Pole as his wife comes from my country, asked for KPresenter on Windows, I couldn't oppose, especially that the government gave us extra hour on Saturday night :)
It turned out that Johannes Simon, hacking into KChart, among other guys, is relatively young and apparently - tireless and able to ask and listen, what I value in the long term.
But not only that encouraged me to present KChart on Windows, so more people can discover this software based on excellent KDAB's contribution. I decided to give a hint what KOffice integration for Kexi means in my opinion.
There is practically _no_: (a) #ifdefs, (b) custom file of Windows code, (c) any Windows resource files, (d) Windows-style Makefiles or msvc projects. The three former features are the reality thanks to Qt and KDE libraries, and the last thanks to flexible CMake build system.