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A good way to start your KDevPlatform plugin development is to use our plugin example. This can be found in the KDE's kdeexamples repository, you can get it here:
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A good way to start your KDevPlatform plugin development is to use our plugin template.
  
<pre>$ git clone git://anongit.kde.org/kdeexamples</pre>
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Create a new project in KDevelop, by selecting in the menu "Project" the entry "New From Template...", then in the dialog find the template in the category "KDevelop", project type "Plugin".
  
In the KDevPlatform directory you will find the example that we have available right now. ProjectView is a good way to start because it displays how to add some UI and interact with the shell to get some of the available information.
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Complete the creation of the project, build and install the plugin, and start playing with it. :)
 
 
You can just import the source with KDevelop and start playing with it :).
 
  
 
Have fun!
 
Have fun!

Latest revision as of 21:42, 30 April 2017

A good way to start your KDevPlatform plugin development is to use our plugin template.

Create a new project in KDevelop, by selecting in the menu "Project" the entry "New From Template...", then in the dialog find the template in the category "KDevelop", project type "Plugin".

Complete the creation of the project, build and install the plugin, and start playing with it. :)

Have fun!


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