Re: KDE or Qt frontend for Debconf
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On Sunday 31 March 2002 12:58 pm, Eray Ozkural wrote:
> I did, and I gave up because it looked too boring.
Did you actually get any code written? If so, would you mind sending it to me
> Biggest obstacle was the fact that there were no proper perl bindings for
> Qt.... I wasted some time trying to port one of the bindings to Qt 3.. :/
Yes. Although IIRC there is some work being done on bindings.
> I was thinking of using a DCOP approach instead using available bindings,
> maybe you could take that route. That would be pretty flexible.
Yes, although this would depend on KDE -- not very good if you just wanted a
Qt approach (I haven't decided which one I might try yet).
> Take one of the existing frontends and hack on it.
I'll have a look ;)
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