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I had some problems understanding this tutorial.
 
I had some problems understanding this tutorial.
I propose creating a a page under [[Development/Architecture/KDE 4 Architecture|KDE 4 Architecture Overview]] where we can describe the configuration architecture in more detail.  
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I propose creating a a page under [[Development/Architecture/KDE4|KDE 4 Architecture Overview]] where we can describe the configuration architecture in more detail.  
 
I found the details in this [http://dot.kde.org/1120775836/ interview] very helpful.  
 
I found the details in this [http://dot.kde.org/1120775836/ interview] very helpful.  
  

Latest revision as of 19:06, 26 February 2007

According to http://websvn.kde.org/*checkout*/trunk/KDE/kdelibs/KDE4PORTING.html, a number of things have changed with respect to KConfig in KDE4. Is everything in this file still applicable or should it be marked explicitly as KDE3?

It's still applicable
Mattr 16:02, 24 December 2006 (CET)

I had some problems understanding this tutorial. I propose creating a a page under KDE 4 Architecture Overview where we can describe the configuration architecture in more detail. I found the details in this interview very helpful.

When we put most of the theory and history there we can focus on examples and how to use KConfig XT here.

Grodaas 01:48, 2 January 2007 (CET)

i think it's pretty obvious that we need some more tutorials in the kconfig section. e.g. introducing kconfig itself (which is probably better done after some of the upcoming kconfig refactoring) ... a bit more introduction as to what kconfigxt is in this tutorial wouldn't be bad either. in other words, fleshing it out would be a good idea. an architecture overview document would be good as well i suppose..
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