Alan Grimes | 1 Nov 03:37 2009
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Alan Grimes | 1 Nov 03:57 2009
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Re: Kde4

Vincent Nikkelen wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> 
> Julian Bäume has been working on a QT4 port. His work is available here:
> http://krtek.asta.uni-luebeck.de:8080/repos/KTechLab/
> 
> This probably is a better starting point then beginning from scratch.

OK.

Good.

So what's the incantation to pull it from the repository? =\

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P Zoltan | 1 Nov 21:33 2009
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Re: feature request


  Added as a feature request here:

  http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&aid=2890389&group_id=143459&atid=755591

  A possible implementation is not very hard; it could be something similar  
to the led matrix + driver circuit. If somebody wants to implement it but  
has questions, I'll try to help. If there is a good quality  
implementation, I'd be happy to integrate it.

  Currenlty this feature has low priority (for me) for because the core of  
ktechlab has some more urgent things to fix.

On Sun, 18 Oct 2009 08:31:18 +0200, Nagy László <biglacko <at> startolj.hu>  
wrote:

> Hi,
> Please make LCD display to Ktechlab, like this:
> http://www.dattalo.com/gnupic/lcd.html
> Thanks
>
> Regards
> Biglacko
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P Zoltan | 1 Nov 21:43 2009
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Re: I googled recent pages with ktechlab

On Sat, 10 Oct 2009 06:59:01 +0200, Juan De Vincenzo  
<juandevincenzo@...> wrote:

>
> I have a lot of ideas for the site and some other things, but I have
> felt utterly ignored up until now, because some people seems to not
> talk to non-developers, or just people that doesn't see the world as
> they do.

  I also have some, not very clear ideas, but I'm very time limited (this  
will be so only until march, hopefully). I'd like to start a discussion (I  
hope this reply is not too late...).

  The next thing I want to do is to make release, but first I have to read  
some documentation about how exactly to do it...

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P Zoltan | 4 Nov 00:10 2009
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Source for v.0.3.7 release uploaded to sourceforge


  It's in the files section; please test it.

  Link:
https://sourceforge.net/projects/ktechlab/files/ktechlab/0.3.7/ktechlab-0.3.7.tar.bz2/download

  Method to recreate the file: download the 0.3.7 branch, run make -f  
Makfile.cvs to generate configure, then archive the results.

  There is a problem with the permisssions of the files in the admin  
directory, which makes the configure generation fail with autotools not  
found error.

  Also it would be useful to build some packages for various distributions.

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Alan Grimes | 4 Nov 06:52 2009
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Urgency of KDE4 port. =(

The maintainers of Gentoo released a flash traffic ultimatum the other
day that they were going to be removing KDE3 Real Soon Now. Naturally, I
gave them a good and proper flaming with an arm's length list of
packages for which there are no usable KDE4 equivalents.

However, the problem remains.

I'm too stupid to figure out how to pull the kde4 git archive mentioned
the other day, I really do need help! =(

Hopefully I'll be able to load it and see what it implements, what it
doesn't, and how far off the rails the guy who wrote it was... =(

Sorry...

I don't mean to be insulting just there but I've been seeing a multitude
of spectacularly bad design decisions in a great many packages that I
require daily. I am suffering from diminished features and have had to
spend many hours keeping my system near it's normal bare-minimum
operating level. My continued use of Linux is becoming untenable!!! It's
not much fun knowing you have 4.8 billion instructions per second at
your command with a memory bandwidth better than half a gigabyte per
second when your computer is far too slow to let you type at the speed
you want to (for god's sake!!!)

In this case, skimming the code in GIT, I noticed that the person doing
the porting was not just converting base classes and stuff but making
fairly deep design decisions with regards to how components, and even
the core of the engine, will be treated. This is most distressing to me
because this is exactly where all those other cursed projects went
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P Zoltan | 4 Nov 23:56 2009
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Re: Urgency of KDE4 port. =(

On Wed, 04 Nov 2009 06:52:07 +0100, Alan Grimes <agrimes@...>  
wrote:

> The maintainers of Gentoo released a flash traffic ultimatum the other
> day that they were going to be removing KDE3 Real Soon Now. Naturally, I
> gave them a good and proper flaming with an arm's length list of
> packages for which there are no usable KDE4 equivalents.
>
> However, the problem remains.
>
> I'm too stupid to figure out how to pull the kde4 git archive mentioned
> the other day, I really do need help! =(

  Something like git clone should be used...

  For example, a howto is here:
   http://linux.yyz.us/git-howto.html

>
> Hopefully I'll be able to load it and see what it implements, what it
> doesn't, and how far off the rails the guy who wrote it was... =(
>
> Sorry...

>
> I don't mean to be insulting just there but I've been seeing a multitude
> of spectacularly bad design decisions in a great many packages that I
> require daily. I am suffering from diminished features and have had to
> spend many hours keeping my system near it's normal bare-minimum
> operating level. My continued use of Linux is becoming untenable!!! It's
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Richard Rondu | 4 Nov 23:10 2009
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Re: Urgency of KDE4 port. =(

On Wed, Nov 4, 2009 at 11:56 PM, P Zoltan <zoltan.padrah <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 04 Nov 2009 06:52:07 +0100, Alan Grimes <agrimes <at> speakeasy.net>
> wrote:
>
>> The maintainers of Gentoo released a flash traffic ultimatum the other
>> day that they were going to be removing KDE3 Real Soon Now. Naturally, I
>> gave them a good and proper flaming with an arm's length list of
>> packages for which there are no usable KDE4 equivalents.
>>
>> However, the problem remains.
>>
>> I'm too stupid to figure out how to pull the kde4 git archive mentioned
>> the other day, I really do need help! =(
>
>  Something like git clone should be used...
>
>  For example, a howto is here:
>   http://linux.yyz.us/git-howto.html
>
>>
>> Hopefully I'll be able to load it and see what it implements, what it
>> doesn't, and how far off the rails the guy who wrote it was... =(
>>
>> Sorry...
>
>
>>
>> I don't mean to be insulting just there but I've been seeing a multitude
>> of spectacularly bad design decisions in a great many packages that I
>> require daily. I am suffering from diminished features and have had to
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Slavko | 4 Nov 23:44 2009
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KTL with gcbasic

hi all,

i found this fork of the ktechlab http://piclinux.sourceforge.net/engktechlab-gcb.html

interesting (for me) is the supported list of the PICs: http://piclinux.sourceforge.net/englistapic.html

I have not gcbasic installed and gputils updated yet, then i done only some simple tests (and some not simple
crashes ;) ), but it seems to be basically working.

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s pozdravom

Slavko

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Alan Grimes | 5 Nov 02:46 2009
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Re: KTL with gcbasic

Slavko wrote:
> hi all,

> i found this fork of the ktechlab http://piclinux.sourceforge.net/engktechlab-gcb.html

> interesting (for me) is the supported list of the PICs: http://piclinux.sourceforge.net/englistapic.html

> I have not gcbasic installed and gputils updated yet, then i done only some simple tests (and some not
simple crashes ;) ), but it seems to be basically working.

Great, Could you be the liazon to this project? I would certainly like
to mainline those changes ***AFTER***(not during) the KDE4 port. =)

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