question on the patch for the kdk.

Richard Dale Richard_Dale at
Thu Mar 16 19:10:23 UTC 2000

At the moment KDevelop/Objective-C is best used for pure GNUstep programming (ie
using the GNUstep gui libs as well as the Foundation kit), or for developing
KDE/Qt api's (I can confirm KDevelop is one chainsaw of a tool for doing that).
I've also tried the 'obgnome' and 'obgtk' headers from the Gnome project, and
it worked fine with them too.

But for mainstream KDE/Qt development? No, not quite yet...

-- Richard

On Thu, 16 Mar 2000, Harold Hartley <haroldh at>wrote:
> So from reading below, is it worth bothering with yet or at all...
> >
> > 'KDKOBJC-0.1.tar.gz' contains various patches to support Objective-C
> > development with KDevelop 1.1 in the KDE environment, and six KDevelop
> > projects to cover the complete GNUstep 0.6.5 source tree.
> >
> > But there's no api yet for Qt/KDE programming in Objective-C/GNUstep
> > Foundation (work continues!). However,  a KDE Objective-C programming

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