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Ok, I better keep on hacking!

So, I mentined KRsN on a couple of public places.

I even said stuff about it be­ing avail­able by the week­end. So I bet­ter get my hands dirty now! ;-)


Well, just uploaded my hacked KDE 3.1 version of PyKDE to so it should propagate to the KDE mirrors soon.

It seems to work well, even if it does­n't ex­pose ALL the KDE 3.1 API, and it should be use­ful as a stop­gap un­til the au­thors re­lease the re­al thing.

You can see a screen­shot of it here

Hey, google finds stuff!

Not on­ly can you now reach this hum­ble we­blog through ggl:lat­er­al+opin­ion (if you are us­ing KDE, of course), but a look at my re­fer­rers show that the foll­wing google search­es have got­ten the searcher here:

d-bus hav­oc (rea­son­able, I wrote about it) kde vs gnome (rea­son­able, the words are here)


Ok, I wrote kfte. But I nev­er men­tioned it here. I won­der how that worked?


Well, just be­cause I want to use KHTML in KRsN, I got the lat­est PyKDE. It says it is for KDE up to 3.0.3 ...

Well, with very min­i­mal hack­ing (delet­ing two lines in KFont­Di­alog's sip file) and a cou­ple of shoves at the, it seems to be com­pil­ing all­right on KDE 3.1.

Oh, sure, it won't ex­pose the new pieces of API in KDE 3.1, but who cares? It will work. I sup­pose I will post it some­where as soon as it does.

What I am writing

Well, if you are one of the 6 who ac­tu­al­ly checked the link in the pre­vi­ous en­try, you will know I am writ­ing a news ag­gre­ga­tor ;-)

It is pro­gress­ing quick­ly. Now it is al­most a re­al ap­pli­ca­tion, and on­ly 3 or 4 im­por­tant fea­tures are still miss­ing.

The on­ly thing I wish is that there was a KDE 3.1 python bind­ing, since I would need it to use KHTML :-(

Qt's QTextBrows­er is nice, but it is not a HTML ren­der­ing en­gine, and it would give it a nice in­te­grat­ed feel. Ok, even­tu­al­ly PyKDE 3.1 will come out, I sup­pose :-)

PS: if you fol­low the Pic­tures link on the left side, you can see a new screen­shot!

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