Ontwikkeling

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This page contains reference information useful for people writing KDE Software. There are plenty of other ways to contribute to KDE: see the Get Involved page on the Community wiki for a list of ideas.

Note that the Community wiki provides a place for KDE developers and other KDE community members to co-ordinate (including meeting notes and to-do lists). This section is for (relatively) stable documentation.

Learning

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Getting Started
How to set up a development environment, build KDE Software and submit patches.
Related: The KDE Dev Guide book | Contribute
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Programmeer-tutorials
Stap-voor-stap-tutorials voor het ontwikkelen van KDE.
Gerelateerd: Ontwikkelgereedschappen | Veelgestelde vragen
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Hulp krijgen
Bronnen om hulp te vinden bij KDE-ontwikkeling.

Reference

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API Documentation
Reference documentation for classes, functions and other programming interfaces.
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Policies
Policies covering development of KDE software.
Related: Guidelines
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Schedules
Upcoming freeze and release dates.
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External Standards
Externally or jointly developed standards for interoperating with other software.
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Further Information
Links to other resources.

Technologies and Tools

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KDE-architectuur
Documenten die het architecturele ontwerp van de KDE-technologieën uitleggen.
Gerelateerd: API-documentatie
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Programmeertalen
Ondersteunde programmeertalen voor KDE-ontwikkeling.
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CMake
CMake-gerelateerde informatie.
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Versiebeheersysteem - Git
Git-gerelateerde informatie.
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Framework voor softwareontwikkeling
De hulpmiddelen die KDE gebruikt bij softwareontwikkeling.

This page was last modified on 11 March 2016, at 10:25. Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 3.0 as well as the GNU Free Documentation License 1.2 unless otherwise noted.