Proposal: new non-shipping module for examples

Alexander Neundorf neundorf at
Wed Oct 1 23:26:15 BST 2008

On Wednesday 01 October 2008, Aaron J. Seigo wrote:
> hi =)
> one of the trends i've noticed since starting kde4 is that there is an
> increase in high level documentation[1] and that often includes example
> implementations. these are usually toy apps or artificially simplified
> plugins demonstrating techniques and API usage.
> threadweaver, phonon, solid and plasma all have such code, and i'm sure
> there's more out there. right now threadweaver, phonon and solid ship their
> examples inside their code base but they aren't built. i'm looking for a
> home for plasma's examples, all of which exist in playground right now
> which isn't the best place for it.
> those who benefit the most from examples often aren't building from source
> but using binary packages and downloading all the source for kde and
> sifting through it for example code is often prohibitive in terms of time,
> disk/bandwidth and knowledge (you have to know where to look)
> i'd like to propose a new module in svn: kde-training-kit[2]

How about using kdesdk for this ? It's also for stuff related to development.


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