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You can build base KDE 4 libraries and development tools on Windows using:
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*[[Getting Started/Build/KDE4/Windows/emerge|Windows ''emerge'' tool]] with both compilers (mingw/gcc and msvc).
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*[[Getting Started/Build/KDE4/Windows/DistributionBasedBuild|Build using precompiled packages ]] with both compilers (mingw/gcc and msvc).
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== Introduction ==
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Welcome to KDE on Windows!  Here you will find out how to install KDE on your Windows system.  Depending on your usage, there are several ways to install KDE.  If you just want to use KDE on Windows, you will want to use the installer package.  If you are a developer, or just want to follow the development of KDE more closely, you will want to use the emerge tool.
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== Install KDE ==
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You can build base KDE 4 libraries and development tools on Windows using the following, depending on your use case:
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=== Users ===
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=== Developers ===
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*[[Getting Started/Build/KDE4/Windows/emerge|Windows ''emerge'' tool]] with both compilers (mingw/gcc and msvc).  
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*[[Getting Started/Build/KDE4/Windows/DistributionBasedBuild|Build using precompiled packages ]] with both compilers (mingw/gcc and msvc).  
 
*[[Getting Started/Build/KDE4/Windows/Cross-Compiling|Cross-compile from linux with mingw]] (still unstable)
 
*[[Getting Started/Build/KDE4/Windows/Cross-Compiling|Cross-compile from linux with mingw]] (still unstable)
The following sites are deprecated at the moment and should not be used unless you know, very well, what you're doing:
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*[[Getting Started/Build/KDE4/Windows/GCC And MinGW|MinGW gcc]] and
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The following sites are deprecated at the moment and should not be used unless you know, very well, what you're doing:  
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*[[Getting Started/Build/KDE4/Windows/GCC And MinGW|MinGW gcc]] and  
 
*[[Getting Started/Build/KDE4/Windows/MS Visual Studio|MS Visual Studio]].
 
*[[Getting Started/Build/KDE4/Windows/MS Visual Studio|MS Visual Studio]].
  
If you have a problem or questions, feel free to visit us on #kde-windows on irc.freenode.org
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== Troubleshooting ==
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If you have a problem or questions, feel free to visit us on #kde-windows on irc.freenode.org  
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== See Also  ==
  
==See Also==
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*[[Projects/KDE on Windows|Projects: KDE on Windows]]
*[[Projects/KDE_on_Windows|Projects: KDE on Windows]]
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Revision as of 11:49, 27 March 2010


Konqi-win.png
Konqi, the KDE mascot now also supporting MS Windows

Contents

Introduction

Welcome to KDE on Windows! Here you will find out how to install KDE on your Windows system. Depending on your usage, there are several ways to install KDE. If you just want to use KDE on Windows, you will want to use the installer package. If you are a developer, or just want to follow the development of KDE more closely, you will want to use the emerge tool.

Install KDE

You can build base KDE 4 libraries and development tools on Windows using the following, depending on your use case:

Users

Developers

The following sites are deprecated at the moment and should not be used unless you know, very well, what you're doing:

Troubleshooting

If you have a problem or questions, feel free to visit us on #kde-windows on irc.freenode.org

See Also


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