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The KDevelop project was founded in 1998 to build up an easy to use IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for KDE. Since then, the KDevelop IDE is publicly available under the GPL and supports many programming languages.
Qt is a cross-platform application and UI framework. Using Qt, you can write applications once and deploy them across many desktop and embedded operating systems without rewriting the source code.
Lancelot is an application launcher menu (or ALI) for KDE 4 designed to provide a place from which all your jobs begin. It provides quick access to applications, places, documents, contacts and system information.
QbtGStreamerSummaryQbtGStreamer is a GStreamer wrapper for Qt 4. It lets users who are familiar with Qt and not gobject use GStreamer without first learning about gobject and without mixing c and c++ code. Example programs are included. Even a full pipeline editor is included to experiment with GStreamer. News
Grouping Desktop is an activity containment for KDE's Plasma that adds to the desktop the ability to group your widgets inside groups of various types. There is a group that layouts the widgets inside a grid, one that puts them in a stack, one that puts them in tabs, one that leaves them free to move and others.
Foxkit is a Web Browser written with Qt4, WebKit and (optionally) KDELibs4 at its core. The initial objective is to implement the basic features found in all the major browsers (tabs, history, cookies, adblock, download manager, etc). Longer term objectives include advanced scripting/plugin support ... [More]
Gmail Notifier, a KDE 4 plasmoid TOC: Features · Download · Screenshots · Feedback · Trademark notice FeaturesGmail Notifier: Supports multiple Gmail accounts and labels Shows notifications whether new e-mails arrive. Supports Gmail hosted domains DownloadBuild and ... [More]
SummaryDC++ client for KDE 4. Uses DC++ core, as for now - version 0.75 I tried to implement DC++ client from scratch, and succeeded partially. But since guys from LinuxDC++ did all the hard work making DC++ core running on Linux, I decided to switch. Kudos to DC++ and LinuxDC++. The code is ... [More]