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* Templates especially for KDE-development (plugins for Plasma, KOffice, KTextEditor, KRunner, Akonadi)
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* Templates especially for KDE-development (plugins for Plasma, [[Special:myLanguage/KRunner|KRunner]], [[Special:myLanguage/KDevelop|KDevelop]] plugins, [[Special:myLanguage/Akonadi|Akonadi]], [[Special:myLanguage/Kate|KTextEditor]] plugins, ...)
  
 
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== More Information ==
  
 
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The Handbook is available from [http://docs.kde.org/development/en/kdesdk/kapptemplate/index.html here]
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Kapptemplate2.png KAppTemplate offers a wizard to make a development project set-up quick and easy. It is supposed to save the time of first time users by performing all steps necessary to create basic forms of e.g. a GUI application program.

Features

  • Templates for C++, Ruby, Python and PHP
  • Categories
  • Templates for different build-systems and frameworks
  • It is easy to create new templates using space holders and a simple CMake-command
  • Integrated into KDevelop

More Information

  • The Handbook is available from here.

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