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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)
 
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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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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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.

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)


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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