[kde-edu]: Math software
abhijeetsaran at gmail.com
Sun Jun 18 13:49:45 CEST 2006
Thanks, for the quick reply, I do know a bit of C++, and I'm learning
QT from the Blanchett book, I would be installing Kubuntu on my home
PC tomorrow. I would be doing all the downloading at work and updating
my pc with that.
Thanks a Ton,
On 6/18/06, Carsten Niehaus <cniehaus at gmx.de> wrote:
> Am Sonntag 18 Juni 2006 13:33 schrieben Sie:
> > I can dedicate Saturday of each week and further 7 hours through out
> > the week. I have a academic background in programming and have
> > programmed before in Java, C# and Python. I would definitely need help
> > starting. For example, if addition is done, I can do the rest.
> Hey Abhijeet
> Of course we would help you! KDE is written in c++ so that might be a problem
> for you. I am not sure, how far c# is from c++, but Java is pretty close.
> We are currently moving to KDE4 which is scheduled for early 2007, so you have
> quite some time. On the other hand you would need a KDE4-environment. How do
> you know about that?
> You would need kdelibs (a current snapshot)
> and qt (from qt-copy)
> Then you can start coding for kdeedu. Read more about that here.
> Carsten Niehaus
More information about the kde-edu