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KDE 2.0 Development by David Sweet

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KDE 2.0 Development
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Publisher: Sams
ISBN/ASIN: 0672318911
ISBN-13: 9780672318917
Number of pages: 700

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KDE users program KDE to create a personalized desktop environment. KDE 2.0 Development covers programming the newest release of KDE. Topics include: KDE UI Compliance, KDE Style Reference, The Qt Toolkit, Responsive User Interface, Complex-Function KDE Widgets, Multimedia, DCOP, KParts, Creating Documentation, Packaging Code, CVS and CVSUP, and KDevelop: the Integrated Development Environment for KDE.

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