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* [[Getting_Started/Using Project Neon to contribute to KDE|Using Project Neon to contribute to KDE]]
 
* [[Getting_Started/Using Project Neon to contribute to KDE|Using Project Neon to contribute to KDE]]
 
* [[Getting_Started/Sources/Anonymous SVN|Anonymous SVN Quickstart Guide]]
 
* [[Getting_Started/Sources/Anonymous SVN|Anonymous SVN Quickstart Guide]]
 
* [[Getting_Started/Sources/Using Subversion with KDE|Using Subversion with KDE]] ''A more in depth look at accessing KDE source code with subversion, including the repository layout and working with revisions and patches.''
 
* [[Getting_Started/Sources/Using Subversion with KDE|Using Subversion with KDE]] ''A more in depth look at accessing KDE source code with subversion, including the repository layout and working with revisions and patches.''
* [[Getting_Started/Sources/KDE git-tutorial|Getting started with git]] ''KDE is moving on from Subversion to git, this how to will help subversion experts and novices alike.''
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* [[Getting_Started/Sources/Amarok Git Tutorial|Amarok Git Tutorial]] ''Amarok has moved to Git (with the rest of KDE to follow), so it requires different steps to check out and develop.''
 
* [[Getting_Started/Sources/Snapshots|Daily Snapshots]]
 
* [[Getting_Started/Sources/Snapshots|Daily Snapshots]]
 
* [http://websvn.kde.org/ Browse code online], or [http://lxr.kde.org/search search the code] or [http://www.englishbreakfastnetwork.org/ browse API docs]
 
* [http://websvn.kde.org/ Browse code online], or [http://lxr.kde.org/search search the code] or [http://www.englishbreakfastnetwork.org/ browse API docs]
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* [[Getting_Started/Build/Stable Version|KDE 3.5 (Stable version)]]
 
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* [[Getting_Started/Build|Other versions and FAQ]] ''Including information for building on non-linux systems''
 
* [[Getting_Started/Build|Other versions and FAQ]] ''Including information for building on non-linux systems''
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* [[Getting_Started/Increased Productivity in KDE4 with Scripts|Increased Productivity in KDE4 with Scripts]]
 
* [[Getting_Started/Increased Productivity in KDE4 with Scripts|Increased Productivity in KDE4 with Scripts]]
 
* [[Getting_Started/Set up KDE 4 for development|Set up KDE 4 for development]]
 
* [[Getting_Started/Set up KDE 4 for development|Set up KDE 4 for development]]
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Revision as of 14:34, 24 July 2009


Getting_Started

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Getting the Source


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There are different KDE branches. For production use, we recommend using a stable version of KDE.

Building KDE


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After KDE has been built, you'll want a good way to launch apps and perform your regular development tasks:

Setting up the Environment

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