wanted: autotools guru/kulow, i18n diety/diehl

Rob Kaper cap at capsi.com
Wed Jul 23 08:51:46 BST 2003

On Wed, Jul 23, 2003 at 09:35:10AM +0200, Stephan Kulow wrote:
> > - monopd was designed as stand-alone server and I'd like to keep that
> >   feature. This means it must be able to compile solely with Qt (Qt/E in
> >   fact).. all KDE ./configure scripts already support --enable-embedded, but
> >   kdenonbeta is currently missing a --without-kde. I'll need that guru to get
> >   that working. Once monopd has been fully ported, it will move to kdegames.
> >   I'm expecting KDE 3.3 for that one.
> I doubt you can pay the prices. 

Guru prices or Qt/E prices? Qt/E Free Edition is available under the GPL.

> > - as for the translations: hopefully there is a solution where I can
> >   primarily use i18n to harness the power of our translation teams and
> >   somehow still use those translations when compiled without KDE support on
> >   servers.  Or, at least use tr() and find a way to let the KDE translators
> >   populate it with translations.
> You want to look in kapplication.cpp for *Translator and feel inspired

Will do.

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