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Paul Haber , Germany

KDM4 Themes by txen 2 comments

Nevermind. Of course, the issue was that I changed that setting. Teaches me not to touch system configuration files I don't understand.

Anyway, while I'm here, I like this splash a lot. Any chance there will be a GRUB theme for it, too? - Mar 30 2011

KDM4 Themes by txen 2 comments

Not sure if it makes sense to post it here, but after I installed this, my system doesn't initialize network or kdm at boot any more. I have to do it manually. Yet it tells me that "runlevel 5 has been reached". Weird runlevel 5 without graphical environment or network...

I did everything like described... well, additionally I changed DISPLAYMANAGER_RANDR_MODE_auto to "1680x1080_60 64.11 1024 1080 1184 1344 768 769 772 795 -HSync +Vsync" in /etc/sysconfig/displaymanager, was that stupid? xD

I'm on openSUSE 11.4. Any idea what I did wrong or how to fix it? - Mar 30 2011

Developers Apps by eggy 11 comments

Hi, I get a "memory access error" when starting. No further information is given. Just

linux-00ip:~> ./

I'm on openSUSE 11.1 but using Qt 4.5, and a pyqt 4.5 snapshot (downgrading to pyqt 4.4 doesn't help; same error).

Also, the website at seems to be down. - Jun 12 2009
Kate Symbol Viewer Plugin

Developers Apps by dragonlord79 50 comments

Hi and thank you for this great plug-in.

However, the Ruby support is annoyingly poor. Optimally there should be a hierarchy like this:

class Foo
class Bar

should result in a tree of the form:

- Bar

but, seeing the very basic implementation, I don't even expect that. However, please make sure that the following two test scripts get parsed correctly:

The first script doesn't contain any valid class definition, but your current version would all detect them as correct:

class 19kgb
class foo
class if

The second one does contain class/module definition which aren't recognized by symbol viewer:

module Foo
class ::Bar

(this will, if you're interested, initialize the module Bar and the classes Foo::Bar and Bar.)

If you fix this, there will still be a problem in the following script:

module Foo
class Bar

def method

, as it will recognize method as a method for Foo::Bar instead of Foo, but I can live with that. As long as the second script from the bottom works correctly, I'm happy.

Thanks in advance for your effort! - Feb 17 2009