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* Provides the Marble Application (Executable"marble"). Suggested package name: kdeedu-marble.
 
* Provides the Marble Application (Executable"marble"). Suggested package name: kdeedu-marble.
 
* Provides the KPart. Actual location of this part in SVN needs to be evaluated for best reuse.
 
* Provides the KPart. Actual location of this part in SVN needs to be evaluated for best reuse.
* Provides optional data ( Moon, Historical Map, Precipitation, Temperature, etc.)  
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* Provides optional data ( <i>Moon</i>, <i>Historical Map</i>, <i>Precipitation</i>, <i>Temperature</i>, etc.)  
 
* Located in SVN at kdeedu/marble
 
* Located in SVN at kdeedu/marble
  
 
==Other==
 
==Other==
 
* What should happen to the worldclock plasmoid?
 
* What should happen to the worldclock plasmoid?

Revision as of 20:12, 7 January 2010

Starting with KDE 4.5 the Marble source code is supposed to be reorganized:

Marble Qt Library

  • It's Qt Only. No KDE dependencies.
  • Contains the actual Marble library. Suggested package name: "libmarble".
  • Contains the base data. This includes the most basic maps: Atlas, Satellite, OSM and Plain Map. Suggested package name: "libmarble-data".
  • Contains all base plugins.
  • Provides the Marble Qt application (Executable: "marbleqt") as an example application (Compilation of this part can be switched off at wish).
  • Located in SVN at kdesupport/libmarble
  • Provides Qt development documentation, bindings and tools for Marble. Suggested package name: libmarble-dev).

Marble KDE application

  • Provides the Marble Application (Executable"marble"). Suggested package name: kdeedu-marble.
  • Provides the KPart. Actual location of this part in SVN needs to be evaluated for best reuse.
  • Provides optional data ( Moon, Historical Map, Precipitation, Temperature, etc.)
  • Located in SVN at kdeedu/marble

Other

  • What should happen to the worldclock plasmoid?

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