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BinaryKlock

   0.1  

KDE Improvement

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BinaryKlock
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BinaryKlock
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Downloads:  620
Submitted:  Jul 1 2007
Updated:  Jul 1 2007

Description:

BinaryKlock is a binary clock kicker applet.

The special thing about this clock is that it displays the time in binary instead of using the decimal system.

Binary is pretty easy to read and many people will nonetheless stare at your desktop, not believing how you can read the time from that.

This is my first KDE application, let me know if you like it ;)

Building
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This is my first KDevelop project as well, and I'm not yet extremely familiar with it. It generated the usual autoconf files and you should be able to build it like this:

./configure
make
make install

Problems
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- If you adjust the configuration, the previous clock is not erased. Let a context menu or another window overlap the clock to fix this.




Changelog:

Version 0.1
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- Initial Release




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 Install?

 
 by rebe on: Jul 1 2007
 
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I like this binary clock but there is no configure file anywhere in the archive so I can't install the clock.

Can you have a look and post it again because I won't miss it.

Great job thanks.

Regards rebe


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 Re: Install?

 
 by fhd on: Jul 1 2007
 
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Woops, sorry. It's fixed now.


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 rpm spec file

 
 by adamg on: Jul 1 2007
 
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There's a rpm spec file available in PLD: http://cvs.pld-linux.org/SPECS/binaryklock.spec?rev=HEAD


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 Re: rpm spec file

 
 by fhd on: Jul 1 2007
 
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Hm, that's not from me.


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 Re: rpm spec file

 
 by fhd on: Jul 2 2007
 
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Okay I think I'm a little slow today.

Nice you made it so fast ;)


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 Announcing Plasmoid

 
 by fhd on: Oct 8 2007
 
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Well, I didn't work a lot on this in the past time since I regarded working on a Kicker Applet as working for the garbage can - in a way.

Now I clearly see what BinaryKlock is going to be: A plasmoid.

And hereby I announce it. Expect it for the release of KDE4 in december ;)

(Don't hesitate to give hints on what to improve)


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