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mY second wallpaper

Wallpaper Other by browntim 18 comments

That's.. umm.. really bad. Really, really bad. - Feb 11 2004
KDevelop

IDEs by milianw 80 comments

Ok, good. I feel better knowing that it wasn't just ignorance on my part (not exclusively anyway). I've also found that KDevelop3 RC1 seems a little buggy when you start moving into areas other than C++ projects. Anytime I create a PHP project I crash almost instantly and after creating a Python project (using the simple script wizard with both), I crash when I start adding classes. I'd be happy to work with a developer if these are not well-known issues. - Jan 29 2004
KDevelop

IDEs by milianw 80 comments

I used KDevelop 2.1 for about 3 months before switching to KDevelop 3 and it is a HUGE improvement. The auto-conf manager takes some getting used to, but once you do it is much more flexible and powerful. I absolutely love it! Before 3, I would do most of my development in VC7 and then port to linux. Now I'm doing it the other way around. Kudos to the team!

Decoding, I'm not sure what you were looking at but I've got to assume you 1) either didn't spend much time with it, or 2) you had something wrong with your installation. When I installed initially, I wasn't setting my --prefix correctly for KDE so I wasn't getting any toolbars or icons (which basically made KDevelop look like a bad text editor).

My only complaint, and this is probably a misunderstanding on my part, is that I have been unable to create subfolders within my projects without compiling them as libraries. Anyone know if this is by design? - Jan 28 2004
karamba photo album notifier

Karamba & Superkaramba by wheely 13 comments

For those of you interested in using this theme with superkaramba (v .33), you'll need to convert any relative references in the theme to absolute paths. Ie. 'pictures.pl' should become '~/superkaramba/albumns/pictures.pl' (for example). For some reason, superkaramba doesn't seem to support relative paths yet (?) - Jan 28 2004