[Kst] branches/work/kst/portto4/kst/devel-docs/Kst2Specs

George Staikos staikos at kde.org
Thu Aug 30 16:57:49 CEST 2007

On 30-Aug-07, at 8:59 AM, Brisset, Nicolas wrote:

>> Nicholas, I'll reply more vigorously later, but for now, why
>> don't you try and build kst2?  It is incredibly easy.  All
>> you need is a working Qt4 install and a QTDIR setup
>> appropriately and then go into the toplevel dir and do 'build-kst' :)
> Really ? As I wrote in an email recently, I can't wait to try out kst2
> and have been expecting a signal that it is worth building (you know,
> like it will actually display something vaguely resembling a  
> plot :-)).
> In some of your recent commits, I saw that it was possible to draw  
> plots
> now, and was wondering whether the time had come... So I went to
> techbase.kde.org to see what the requirements were to build KDE4,  
> and I
> was put off because it wasn't quite so easy and I didn't have time.
> Now, if I understand you correctly KDE4 libs are not needed for  
> kst2 at
> this point ? In that case, I'll have kst2 running by tonight ! As a
> matter of fact I happen to have Qt 4.3 installed in a corner of my
> system :-)

   All you need is Qt 4.3 installed, and it builds quite nicely.  It  
even works for some things. :-) With a bit more integration work  
we'll be able to start loading significant sessions too.

George Staikos
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