|Tutorial Series||Kate Plugin Tutorial (2nd part)|
|Previous||C++, Qt, KDE4 development environment|
|Further Reading||CMake, The actual plugin code|
The plugin that we developed on the previous part of this tutorial was nice, but probably not enough. We also need it to be configurable, because the user might want to only add to his/her document the date or the time, not both. We are going to create a configuration dialog for the plugin, and make the output form of our time & date configurable by the user.