[PyKDE] Is PyKDE good for my project?

Maurizio Colucci seguso.forever at tin.it
Mon Jun 21 23:27:01 BST 2004

On Monday 21 June 2004 14:11, Jim Bublitz wrote:
> On Monday 21 June 2004 22:07, Maurizio Colucci wrote:
> > I am evaluating PyKDE for my project.
> >
> > 1)
> > Can I write a kicker applet completely in PyKDE? If so, could you please
> > give me some hint how to do it? (e.g., where do I put the init()
> > function, where do I copy the .py file, how do I cope with the
> > requirement of having a .la file...).
> >
> > If I can't, what is the least amount of C++ code I have to write?
> The status of panel applet support is a little murky at the moment. It was
> included in PyKDE-3.8, but removed from PyKDE-3.11 (and you don't want to
> go back to 3.8). It will eventually be part of an addon package separate
> from PyKDE (but requiring PyKDE), but the people (including me) doing the
> development haven't worked out the details yet.
> I have working code (including installation) and could probably send you
> something if you're in a real hurry (let me know). 

This is wonderful. I can certainly afford to wait a couple of months. I will 
focus in the KHTML side until then. Thank you very much :-)


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