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brent glitch13
Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 21 comments

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Jun 30 2004
Well, first off, there are no install rules for the make file, so once you're finished "making", the executable will be in the "src" directory (the filename will be "knetworkled").

If you are running this executable and not seeing the app, make sure you have the system tray added to your panel (right click an empty spot on the panel, then Add->Applet->System Tray). - Aug 04 2004
To tell you the truth, I don't know why KDevelop put that docbook crap in there, I certainly didn't ask for it, don't use it or need it, and I definately have no idea how to debug it.

With that said, you should be able to just do a ./configure, then cd into the "src" directory and type "make" to just compile the executable with out all that fluff that kdevelop put in there.

I'll try to figure out why the docbook crap failed (either that or rip it out of the install). From your error it looks like your missing a dtd file that is used as an docbook xml descriptor (kdex.dtd). I have that file in:

/usr/kde/3.2/share/apps/ksgmltools2/customization/dtd/kdex.dtd - Jul 02 2004
The direction I would like to take it in would be to use png images and store them in KDE's icon directories. That way anyone could change them and they could also have ones made for different icon styles like crystalsvg(which the defaults are in), kdeclassic, ikons, etc.

As it stands now, and as you've apparently figured out, I'm using xpm that I'm including into the source. Pretty embarrasing since I'm only doing that because I didn't understand KDE's iconLoader thingy at first glance, so I just kludged it in real quick to get a working version.

Anyway, I've posted the original 64x64 png's of the original icons on my website (on the knetworkled page). You could gimp 'em up, save them as 22x22 xpm's and name them correctly, then slap em in the directory and recompile. - Jul 01 2004