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KDE Commit-Digest for 16th April 2006

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In this week's KDE Commit-Digest: Furious activity in Digikam, KmPlot and amaroK, compile and linking fixes for applications in trunk with CMake and multi-platform porting fixes. Furthermore, KSmileTris was removed from the kdegames module in trunk.

The upcoming KDE 4 era heralds many changes, and one of those is the introduction of a new build system: CMake. People following KDE 4 development may at this point be asking what happened to SCons, the build system previously championed as the solution to the current autotools-based build system kludge. Well, with the understanding that CMake is not just a renamed SCons, KDE 4 must have chosen a different solution somewhere along the way...

KDE Commit-Digest for 16th April 2006.

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