For developers waiting for all of the new goodies that KDE 3.2 will offer, here is a sneak peek at KAutoConfigDialog, in the form of a new tutorial added to the KDE Developer's Corner. KAutoConfigDialog is a class that allows a developer to easily create a configuration dialog for an application. It automatically synchronizes GUI widget values with values in the configuration file by matching keys and widgets of the same name.
Adding WhatsThis Help To KDE Applications is the first installment in the Non-Programmer's Guide to Participating in KDE tutorial series. This series is designed to aid those who would like to participate in the KDE project, but for one reason or another can't do so by contributing source code. Fortunately, there are many tasks in KDE that don't involve writing code, and many of them don't require much investment in the way of time, either. Adding WhatsThis help in KDE is one such task.
In this week's KDE-CVS-Digest: Kooka, the KDE scanning application, now supports ocrad, a GPL OCR engine. JuK gets a history playlist feature, along with
some serious optimizations.
KMenu, the KMail address selection dialog,
Well, you asked for it and now you've got it, a very content-filled KDE Traffic has just been released. Covered items include KPilot, the KDE man page generator, a new KDE development book in the works, a new KInfocenter module for FireWire and proposed new features for KMail.
This week's CVS-Digest: Find out who is paid to hack KDE. A new application, KLogo-Turtle, for teaching children. KPrinter adds access to online printer database. Kontact adds a to-do list plugin. A redesigned font installer. The beginning of KWallet. And many more features and bugfixes.