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This tutorial was originally licensed under the GFDL. It can also
 
This tutorial was originally licensed under the GFDL. It can also
 
be used under the terms of the Creative Commons Share-alike license.
 
be used under the terms of the Creative Commons Share-alike license.
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==Placement==
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Does this tutorial really belong under "Getting started" on the Tutorial page? It doesn't really seem like a beginner tutorial. At least not something that beginners to KDE4 programming would need to know. Maybe place it under Debugging (though maybe that's a bit stretched :S ) --[[User:Milliams|milliams]] 14:49, 5 January 2007 (CET)
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It doesn't appear under "Getting started", so I think that this might be out of date? --[[User:bhards|bhards]] 17:04, 23 March 2007 (UTC+11)
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==Problems==
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Did someone try the tutorial?  I noted that there is an include of tutorial1.moc but we use qmake in that example.  I was under the impression that foo.moc was a cmake standard; qmake doesn't generate that file (its something like moc_foo.h) . You typically don't need to include anything in qmake.  [[User:Zander|Zander]] 22:08, 21 March 2007 (CET)

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[edit] Source

This tutorial has been taken from http://developer.kde.org/documentation/tutorials/writingunittests/

This tutorial was originally licensed under the GFDL. It can also be used under the terms of the Creative Commons Share-alike license.

[edit] Placement

Does this tutorial really belong under "Getting started" on the Tutorial page? It doesn't really seem like a beginner tutorial. At least not something that beginners to KDE4 programming would need to know. Maybe place it under Debugging (though maybe that's a bit stretched :S ) --milliams 14:49, 5 January 2007 (CET)

It doesn't appear under "Getting started", so I think that this might be out of date? --bhards 17:04, 23 March 2007 (UTC+11)

[edit] Problems

Did someone try the tutorial? I noted that there is an include of tutorial1.moc but we use qmake in that example. I was under the impression that foo.moc was a cmake standard; qmake doesn't generate that file (its something like moc_foo.h) . You typically don't need to include anything in qmake. Zander 22:08, 21 March 2007 (CET)


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