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  • ...Collection". You can find archived information at [[/Historic|the historic build instructions page]].
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  • #REDIRECT [[Getting Started/Build/Historic/KDE4 Windows]]
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  • reading=[http://kdesvn-build.kde.org/ The KDE From Subversion Build Tool] ...current stable version is a 3.4 branch as of 2009/11/20). You will want to build KDE stable if you are a maintainer for an OS distribution. Otherwise, you m
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  • #REDIRECT [[Getting_Started/Build|Building KDE]]
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  • ...e.html C++], [https://www.qt.io/ Qt], [[Special:myLanguage/Getting_Started/Build|Building KDE]]| We're all done as far as the code is concerned. Now to build it and try it out.
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  • #REDIRECT [[Getting_Started/Build]]
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  • These are the tools that are absolutely required to build and develop KDE software. On Linux, they will typically be provided by you : [[Development/CMake|CMake]] is KDE's build system of choice. Once you have this, you can use it to configure a softwa
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  • This guide focuses mainly on setting up KDE Frameworks. Whether you build it from source or use your distro's packages, you will need a few other pie === Step 2: Build it! === <!--T:15-->
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  • ...are available on the Community Wiki, and we also have [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}/Build/Historic|historic ones]].
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  • ..._Started|Getting Started page]]. If you're looking for tutorials on how to build KDE software and contribute to projects, hop over to the [https://community
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  • ...E's component technology), KIO (network/protocol architecture) or KXmlGui (build GUIs based on XML definitions).
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  • : Instructions for using the Konstruct script to build KDE3 from source code. [[Category:Build KDE]]
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  • If you're using the standard KDE build scripts, then you can simply add this file (which you would call {{path|MyI The build scripts will use dcopidl to parse {{path|MyInterface.h}}, converting it to
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  • ...ave your build environment set up correctly as described [[Getting_Started/Build|here]], then do:
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  • ; [[Special:myLanguage/Development/Tutorials/Localization/i18n Build Systems|<translate><!--T:64--> Incorporating i18n Into the Build System</translate>]]
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  • build to let kconfig_compiler generate the required class at compile time. For in ...rce builds, the code that is generated by kconfig_compiler is saved in the build tree. So how can we still include the header generated by kconfig_compiler
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  • :''Make the KDE 3 build system work for you. This HOWTO shows you how to do most anything you woul
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  • 5 KB (741 words) - 12:53, 21 May 2020
  • ....trolltech.com/products/qt/features/designer Qt Designer], we are going to build a simple program that will show you the power of Qt Designer and [http://ww [http://www.kdevelop.org/ KDevelop] will help you to build a complete KDE application. The KDE project uses the autoconf and automake
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  • '''Konstruct''' is a build system which helps you to install KDE releases and applications on your sys ...the 3.5.8 release of Konstruct soon. The latest version in subversion will build 3.5.8 now, so give it a try and report all bugs you find in KDE's bugzilla
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