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Kopete Emoticons Manager

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KDE Improvement

Score 82%
Kopete Emoticons Manager
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  4684
Submitted:  Mar 21 2007
Updated:  May 25 2007

Description:

This is a patch that include an emoticons theme manager into kopete so you can add edit and remove emoticons, you can also add custom emoticons that you receive during a chat by right clicking it

i've also used part of the code of the patch founded here http://rockman.altervista.org/?p=patches.php

in order to apply the patch you have to download kopete svn http://kopete.kde.org/svnaccess.php
and then from kopete directory something like .../kdenetwork/kopete you have to do "patch -p0 < /path/to/kopete.patch"

if you get errors like
Quote:
undefined reference to `EmoticonsEditDialog::EmoticonsEditDialog(QWidget*, QString, char const*)'

try to to do make -f Makefile.cvs




Changelog:

- Rewritten to use qdom instead of regexp, it should works much better!




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 make error

 
 by ofdarkness on: Nov 25 2007
 
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kopeteemoticons.cpp:(.text+0x5721): undefined reference to `Kopete::Emoticons::reload()'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
Error creating ./kopete/libkopete/libkopete.la. Exit status 1.
make: *** [all] Fel 1

steps to that piont was :

svn co -N svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/branches/KDE/3.5/kdenetwork
cd kdenetwork
svn co svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/branches/KDE/3.5/kde-common/admin
svn up kopete
cd kopete
patch -p0 < /home/blutengel/54968-kopete-emoticons.patch
make -f Makefile.cvs
./configure --enable-debug
cd kopete
make


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 SVN necessary?

 
 by foolosophy on: Apr 8 2008
 
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Is it necessary to have Kopete's SVN? I have a source-compiled version of Kopete, since I use Gentoo.

My Kopete is 0.12.7, under KDE 3.5.8.
Maybe I can add the patch to the ebuild as a USE flag?

Does this patch still work? It's been a long time since the last comment.


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 Re: SVN necessary?

 
 by LeeSieLung on: Apr 8 2008
 
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Your version should be good, i don't know how gentoo things works, you just have to patch the sources


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 Gentoo ebuild

 
 by foolosophy on: Nov 6 2008
 
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I've edited Kopete's ebuild to add your patch. Instructions here:

http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=245604


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 About to try it...

 
 by ndarkduck on: Nov 10 2008
 
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Im almost about to try it, why is this not part of the kde official development?

Do you mind posting all the libs that should be used to compile kopete as the official release?

Thank you very much in advance

(I hope this is not too old, as CVS lol)


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 Re: About to try it...

 
 by LeeSieLung on: Nov 10 2008
 
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it's part of kde4 >= 4.1 you can find it in systemsettings


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 Install patch to Gnome?

 
 by Dragen on: Aug 26 2009
 
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Hi,
I realise that this is a KDE website, and also that Kopete is mainly a KDE program, but I have it installed on Gnome and was wondering if it was possible to install this patch to Kopete within the Gnome environment?

Regards,
Lee


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 And other installation methods

 
 by DickJustice on: Apr 17 2010
 
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Hello

I am running Debian Testing with KDE and got Kopete with all the KDE packages. I was wondering if there was any other way to install this patch other than having to compile kopete from source because I tried to follow the directions listed but ran into cmake errors I couldn't beat.So I was wondering if there was any way to install it through a .deb package perhaps.

Thanks


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 Re: And other installation methods

 
 by LeeSieLung on: Apr 17 2010
 
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you don't need to, it's already integrated in kde4, you can access it from both kopete or systemsettings->appearance->emoticons


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