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A couple of blog entries back a reader left this comment:

About kde hacking though, I'm in the first year of a computer science program that I don't think is going to touch on anything kde related, Where should I start if I wanted to get into kde hacking? Pick up the qt 4 manual, or something else?

I figured I'd answer that question in a blog entry as it is probably one a lot of people have. So here's the short story:

1. Qt4 comes with a set of tutorials. They are excellent, and walk one through all the basics.

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