new kde project

Ian Reinhart Geiser geiseri at
Fri Jun 6 15:26:08 BST 2003

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On Friday 06 June 2003 07:17 am, Gav Wood wrote:
> On Friday 06 June 2003 12:05, Waldo Bastian wrote:
> > On Friday 06 June 2003 12:44, Gav Wood wrote:
> > > what exactly are kded modules supposed to be for anyway?
> >
> > For light-weight administrative tasks that are best handled centrally but
> > for which the overhead of running in their own process would be rather
> > high compared to their (simple) task.
> ahh, fair enough (seeing the laptop battery monitor and co, i assumed they
> were for general purpose use, and the docs didn't tell me any different).
> ian: could you send me any of the dcop services howto/example stuff you
> have?

in kdenonbeta there is a directory called dcopservices, in there are a few, 
the two most maintained are the x10 and the dcoprss services.  There is a 
template in kdevelop 3.0 also that works.

as for howto, 
is pretty good.  I used it to make the templates.  If you have any hangups 
though feel free to drop me a line or nab me on IRC.

	-ian reinhart geiser

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