Running applications and unittests without 'make install'
In our Akademy presentation, Kevin and I showed the importance for a better developer story to be able to work on a KDE module without having to install it. Running unittests and running applications without installing the module at all is possible, it turns out, it just needs a bit of effort to set things up correctly.
Start the conversation, or Read more at KDE Developers.
Add your comments below
|KaOS Calms Down KDE (Jul '14)||Jul '14||Matthias Schuster||1|
|[TORRENT] KaOS - 2014.01 - x86_64 (Jan '14)||Mar '14||Shalok Shalom||2|
|KaOS - A pure KDE SC OS (Dec '13)||Dec '13||Shalok-Shalom||1|
|Download of the day: Slackware 12 CD / DVD Iso (Jul '07)||Mar '11||Area51alert||16|
|Re: [PHP] html to jpeg conversion. (Aug '07)||Nov '10||James Y Bradshaw||2|
|Digikam Problem with KDE 4.3 beta 1 (Jun '09)||Nov '10||James Y Bradshaw||2|
|Test (May '08)||May '08||Leonard||1|
Find what you want!
Search KDE Forum Now
Copyright © 2017 Topix LLC