"Cornelius's grand plan" - Merging KDElibs into Qt
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Mon Nov 1 13:47:28 GMT 2010
On Monday 01 November 2010 13:31:15 Pau Garcia i Quiles wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 1, 2010 at 2:18 PM, Matthias Fuchs <mat69 at gmx.net> wrote:
> > Am Montag 01 November 2010, 11:53:01 schrieb Sean Harmer:
> > Yeah writing such an overview will probably be very hard in itself, since
> > kdelibs is very large.
> > In that regard it is kinda "refreshing" -- but also demotivating since
> > that issue has not been solved -- to see that we are not the only ones
> > with such problems, e.g. imo boost faces the exact same problem. Boost
> > is so large that it is quite hard to grasp what all you can do with it.
> > And even if you know what you can do, often it is not clear if that
> > would be a "good" -- e.g. fast -- path to go.
> There is a *huge* need of:
> a) a book (and a good one, not just a few tutorials like the ones in
> Techbase) on how to develop applications with KDE
> b) a huge improvement in the apidox. Take a look to
> http://doc.qt.nokia.com/latest , then take a look at
> http://api.kde.org. The difference is abysmal.
Agreed. The KDE2 book was really useful at the time but it is just too out of
It would also be nice to have some pre-generated pch files for kde libs that
can be imported into qt-creator. I know these are relatively simple to
generate from the source but again it would reduce another barrier to entry
for would-be KDE developers.
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