KRsN now available
So, if you REALLY REALLY want to try it, get >PyQt for Qt 3.1 working, and then head for KRsN's sourceforge page, and get it via CVS
You will also need Strip-o-Gram,
Flaws right now:
- The feed list doesn't update right
- It doesn't tell read from unread
- New items replace older ones instead of appending to them
- New feed adding is slower than it should
- Sometimes, it gets REAL busy on startup
KFTE on SourceForge
I just remembered that in september 2000 I had created a KFTE project on sf.net.
So, I go check it and... yup, still open. Noone has even looked at the page since creation, no files, CVS, forum, mail or any other kind of activity since the creation of the project, but it is still open.
No wonder SourceForge has such an amazing number of projects registered! ;-)
But anyway, I uploaded release 0.7.0 here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/kfte/
For anyone who likes FTE, a traditional programmer's editor from OS/2 (and DOS, and Mac, and X, and linux console, and pretty much everywhere :-), this version provides a pure Qt and a KDE version.
While KFTE will probably never become a full KDE application (it doesn't support standard shortcuts, for example), it is a cool editor, and one you can use everywhere.
Right now, the way to get it is through KDE's CVS, module kfte, instructions for KDE's current sources here
Ok, I better keep on hacking!
I even said stuff about it being available by the weekend. So I better get my hands dirty now! ;-)