|이 페이지는 새로운 KDE 기반 구조를 반영하기 위해서 항상 작업 중이며, 문서 상태가 균일하지 않을 수도 있습니다. 이 페이지의 일부 정보와 명령은 현재 상태를 반영하지 못할 수도 있으므로 사용 시 주의해 주시기 바랍니다.|
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KDE 커뮤니티에 참여하는 방법은 여러 가지가 있습니다. 단순히 소프트웨어를 사용하는 것부터 시작하여, 핵심 개발자가 되는 방법까지 있습니다.
다음 페이지에서 KDE에 참여하는 방법을 알아볼 수 있습니다:
이 부분은 KDE 커뮤니티의 기술적인 부분에 참여하기 위한 사람들 위한 안내입니다. KDE 소프트웨어의 구조와 빌드 방법, 자신만을 위해 KDE를 빌드하는 과정을 소개합니다.
|Quickstart: If you are impatient to get started without understanding what you are doing then you can skip straight to using a Build Script, but it is strongly recommended you read this documentation first.|
If you just want to use stable KDE software for your everyday computing needs, then you do not need to build KDE Software for yourself. You should instead use the software installer provided by your Linux distribution to install KDE package.
The best place to learn how to do this is through your distributions normal support channels, although you may find some useful information on the following pages:
If you are looking for help in using the KDE Workspace or KDE Applications then please visit the KDE UserBase.
If you have any questions or problems with building or developing KDE Software please feel free to ask for help. However, be patient while waiting for a response, and try to work through the problem yourself, we aren't going to do it all for you. Working your way through and understanding why something doesn't work is a good way to learn how to do things the right way.
The KDE project is all free and open source. You can view its source code and make changes.
http://projects.kde.org hosts the source for many KDE-related initiatives, including KDE itself. Choose a piece of KDE such as KDE Libraries, then click Repository to browse its source. Getting_Started/Sources explains the organization of KDE source code.
There are other utilities to browse the source code:
There are several possible ways to build and install KDE software and the method you choose depends on what you want to do with the software. In particular if you are only wanting to build and develop a single application you may not need to build the entire KDE Development Platform to do so. You can read more about this on the Build Methods page.
The following sections explain the steps you need to understand and give the instructions you need to follow to successfully build KDE Software from source:
TODO: General introduction to the dev model, release cycles, etc.
There are a number of Development Tools that are either required or helpful when building KDE Software. For these you will usually want to use the stable packages provided by your distribution.
You may want to use a graphical IDE for your development work:
Once you have a copy of KDE built you can then start contributing back to KDE. The pages below will help you find out how you can help make KDE even better.