Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 14th Jan 2007 23:05 UTC, submitted by an Anonymous Reader
KDE This week's KDE Commit Digest tells about an installer for KDE on Windows and the problems the developers encountered setting up a working environment for KDE to run on. Many screenshots included, showing the first applications (such as Konqueror) running natively.
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by postmodern on Mon 15th Jan 2007 03:33 UTC
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2006-01-27

CMake, the amazing cross-platform build system. Check it out, you'll find it's much more intuitive than autoconf/libtool.

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RE: and brought to you by...
by postmodern on Mon 15th Jan 2007 08:39 in reply to "and brought to you by..."
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2006-01-27

Why was my comment voted down? KDE4 uses CMake as their build system, which supports many OSes and now allows for the cross-platform nature of KDE4.

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