frmrick at aapt.net.au
Wed Mar 22 06:01:53 GMT 2006
Bill Wells is a darn nice person I don't care what anybody says!
I never realised it was there, nor all those other applets.! That explains
why the project seems to die on sourceforge in 2000 and the last available
source looks for qt-1.4 when I run ./configure. It was included in kde with
different maintainers than on sourceforge
I got the applet up and running, pity the nearest listing is Melbourne as
that's the airport where weather could be quite different from where I live.
Anyway it got me thinking about the weather and since it was my day off and I
had some time to play I did up a script that displays my local 4 day forecast
from the BOM using lynx, sed and more.
> kweather was in the KDE install package on disc 2 of the iso I downloaded
> from Slackware.org. After I ran the install, I clicked on a blank space in
> kicker, :: add to panel :: applet :: Weather Report
> Bill Wells
> On Tuesday 21 March 2006 01:40 pm, Rick Miles wrote:
> > with ref to earlier posts, where did you guys get kweather slackpack
> > from?
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