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monty scroggins
Adjustable Clock 4.1.4 "Hello QML" Plasma 4 Widgets
354 comments
Score 87%
87 Likes
13 Dislikes
Nov 01 2013
hmmm no I have that package installed... I am puzzled Mar 09 2009
I am running:
openSUSE 11.1 (i586)
Linux 2.6.27.19-3.2-pae i686
4.2.00 (KDE 4.2.0) "release 102"

When I try to build it I get this -

Generating plasma-adjustableclock.moc
[ 0%] Built target plasma_applet_adjustableclock_automoc
[ 20%] Generating ui_clipboardActions.h
[ 40%] Generating ui_appearanceConfiguration.h
[ 60%] Generating ui_advancedConfiguration.h
[ 80%] Building CXX object CMakeFiles/plasma_applet_adjustableclock.dir/plasma_applet_adjustableclock_automoc.o
[100%] Building CXX object CMakeFiles/plasma_applet_adjustableclock.dir/plasma-adjustableclock.o
In file included from /home/monty/downloads/plasmoids/adjustableclock_1.1/applet/plasma-adjustableclock.cpp:21:
/home/monty/downloads/plasmoids/adjustableclock_1.1/applet/plasma-adjustableclock.h:36:37: error: plasmaclock/clockapplet.h: No such file or directory
In file included from /home/monty/downloads/plasmoids/adjustableclock_1.1/applet/plasma-adjustableclock.cpp:21:
/home/monty/downloads/plasmoids/adjustableclock_1.1/applet/plasma-adjustableclock.h:41: error: expected class-name before ‘{’ token
/home/monty/downloads/plasmoids/adjustableclock_1.1/applet/plasma-adjustableclock.h:41: warning: ‘class AdjustableClock’ has virtual functions and accessible non-virtual destructor
/home/monty/downloads/plasmoids/adjustableclock_1.1/applet/plasma-adjustableclock.cpp: In constructor ‘AdjustableClock::AdjustableClock(QObject*, const QVariantList&)’:
/home/monty/downloads/plasmoids/adjustableclock_1.1/applet/plasma-adjustableclock.cpp:42: error: class ‘AdjustableClock’ does not have any field named ‘ClockApplet’
/home/monty/downloads/plasmoids/adjustableclock_1.1/applet/plasma-adjustableclock.cpp:46: error: ‘setHasConfigurationInterface’ was not declared in this scope
/home/monty/downloads/plasmoids/adjustableclock_1.1/applet/plasma-adjustableclock.cpp:48: error: ‘resize’ was not declared in this scope
/home/monty/downloads/plasmoids/adjustableclock_1.1/applet/plasma-adjustableclock.cpp: In member function ‘void AdjustableClock::init()’:
/home/monty/downloads/plasmoids/adjustableclock_1.1/applet/plasma-adjustableclock.cpp:53: error: ‘config’ was not declared in this scope
/home/monty/downloads/plasmoids/adjustableclock_1.1/applet/plasma-adjustableclock.cpp:55: error: ‘ClockApplet’ has not been declared
/home/monty/downloads/plasmoids/adjustableclock_1.1/applet/plasma-adjustableclock.cpp:76: error: no matching function for call to ‘Plasma::Label::Label(AdjustableClock* const)’
/usr/include/KDE/Plasma/../../plasma/widgets/label.h:53: note: candidates are: Plasma::Label::Label(QGraphicsWidget*)
/usr/include/KDE/Plasma/../../plasma/widgets/label.h:41: note: Plasma::Label::Label(const Plasma::Label&)
<snip>

Any Idea as to what I need to do to fix this? This applet built just fine on another machine running the same linux release..

Any info would be greatly appreciated Mar 03 2009
Konsole DCOP Scheme Automation Tool 0.9.0 Various KDE 1.-4. Stuff
3 comments
Score 62%
62 Likes
38 Dislikes
Feb 23 2007
I love this package.. I ran into a couple of things I didnt like and tweaked on my copy a bit. The biggest change I made was to change the way the app and schema values were parsed from the schemas file. My change allows the command to be multiple words with spaces etc.. Here is my tweak -

set -- `grep -w --color=never ${appName} ~/.konsole_dcop/schemas`
appLabel=$1
shift
appSchema=$1
shift
appCmd=$@

Also, I figured out how to get the current session name, and set it back after the command executes, just like you did with the schema name -

(in getKonsoleInfo() )
origsessionName=`dcop $konsole $session sessionName`

(towards the bottom of the script where the commands are fired)

dcop $konsole $session renameSession "${appLabel}"
dcop $konsole $session setSchema ${appSchema}

${appCmd} ${*}

dcop $konsole $session renameSession "${origsessionName}"
dcop $konsole $session setSchema "${origSchema}"
May 22 2008
I love this package.. I ran into a couple of things I didnt like and tweaked on my copy a bit. The biggest change I made was to change the way the app and schema values were parsed from the schemas file. My change allows the command to be multiple words with spaces etc.. Here is my tweak -

set -- `grep -w --color=never ${appName} ~/.konsole_dcop/schemas`
appLabel=$1
shift
appSchema=$1
shift
appCmd=$@

Also, I figured out how to get the current session name, and set it back after the command executes, just like you did with the schema name -

(in getKonsoleInfo() )
origsessionName=`dcop $konsole $session sessionName`

(towards the bottom of the script where the commands are fired)

dcop $konsole $session renameSession "${appLabel}"
dcop $konsole $session setSchema ${appSchema}

${appCmd} ${*}

dcop $konsole $session renameSession "${origsessionName}"
dcop $konsole $session setSchema "${origSchema}"
May 22 2008
KDE Asciiquarium 0.3.2 Screensavers
25 comments
Score 70%
70 Likes
30 Dislikes
Sep 16 2005
I love this screensaver.. I recently switched to an HP 8200 workstation. It is an x64 based machine (dual intel xeons).

When I attempt to compile the screensaver I get x86_64-suse-linux/bin/ld: cannot find -lqt-mt

Any ideas?

OS openSUSE 10.2 (X86-64)
Kernel 2.6.18.8-0.5-default x86_64
KDE 3.5.7
gcc 4.1.2

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Monty Sep 06 2007
Upside Down World Wallpaper Other
2 comments
Score 50%
50 Likes
50 Dislikes
Aug 18 2007
who would download a background without knowing what it is? It also seems to have a mean spirited description. Aug 20 2007
Kate Session Menu 0.3 Various KDE 1.-4. Stuff
14 comments
Score 71%
71 Likes
29 Dislikes
Apr 14 2006
this package requires autoconf 2.53 but evidently I have autoconf 2.6.. I had to modify the makefile in the admin directory to change the references from 2.5* to 2.6.. compiles perfectly after that..

Love this plugin
Jul 04 2007