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v3.5.13-sru
tpearson 10 years ago
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<H2>Porting Applications to KDE 2.0</H2>
<H3>Last Modified on November 28, 2000</H3>
This document tqcontains the changes you have to apply to programs written for
This document contains the changes you have to apply to programs written for
KDE1.1 when you want to port them to KDE2.0.<P>
As a start you should have a look at doc/porting.doc in the Qt package,
@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ or <a href="http://doc.trolltech.com/porting.html">this page online</a>.<P>
<UL>
<LI><A HREF="#gettingstarted">Getting Started</A></LI>
<LI><A HREF="#general">Global changes</A></LI>
<LI><A HREF="#autotqmoc">autotqmoc/am_edit, Makefile.am tags</A></LI>
<LI><A HREF="#automoc">automoc/am_edit, Makefile.am tags</A></LI>
<LI><A HREF="#KApplication">KApplication</A></LI>
<LI><A HREF="#KCmdLineArgs">KCmdLineArgs</A></LI>
<LI><A HREF="#KLocale">KLocale</A></LI>
@ -95,12 +95,12 @@ or <a href="http://doc.trolltech.com/porting.html">this page online</a>.<P>
<H4><P ALIGN="RIGHT"><A HREF="#TOC">Return to the Table of Contents</A></P></H4>
<H3><A NAME="autotqmoc">autotqmoc/am_edit, Makefile.am tags</A></H3>
<H3><A NAME="automoc">automoc/am_edit, Makefile.am tags</A></H3>
On the subject of the compilation framework, autotqmoc has been removed from
the admin directory. It has been tqreplaced by am_edit which provides a lot of
On the subject of the compilation framework, automoc has been removed from
the admin directory. It has been replaced by am_edit which provides a lot of
additional features.<P>
METASOURCES=AUTO still does the job of generating the appropriate tqmoc files,
METASOURCES=AUTO still does the job of generating the appropriate moc files,
but in addition, you should use KDE_ICON for the icons representing the application
(and naming those icons conforming to lo16-app-&lt;appname&gt;.png), and install
the application-specific icons under $(kde_datadir)/&lt;appname&gt;/pics.
@ -110,7 +110,7 @@ or <a href="http://doc.trolltech.com/porting.html">this page online</a>.<P>
<H3><A NAME="KApplication">KApplication</A></H3>
doesn't hold any longer a KLocale instance. With this getLocale()
and isLocaleInstantiated are now tqreplaced by KGlobal::locale()<P>
and isLocaleInstantiated are now replaced by KGlobal::locale()<P>
it also doesn't hold a KiconLoader instance. As this also getIconLoader()
has been removed. Replace kapp-&gt;getIconLoader()-&gt;loadIcon() with
@ -118,7 +118,7 @@ or <a href="http://doc.trolltech.com/porting.html">this page online</a>.<P>
kde_*dir() have been removed as they require a unique top level directory
for all applications (KDEDIR). This concept doesn't exist in KDE 2.0
any more, it has been tqreplaced with "multiple levels of directories",
any more, it has been replaced with "multiple levels of directories",
set in KDEDIRS, so that it's possible to have global settings and
group settings, applied before user settings.<P>
@ -174,7 +174,7 @@ or <a href="http://doc.trolltech.com/porting.html">this page online</a>.<P>
In return for this information you can query KCmdLineArgs whether an
certain option was specified on the command line and your application
now automatically supports --help and --version. It aborts with a
useful error message when the command line tqcontains a syntax error.
useful error message when the command line contains a syntax error.
See kdelibs/kdecore/kcmdlineargs.h for more info.<P>
<H4><P ALIGN="RIGHT"><A HREF="#TOC">Return to the Table of Contents</A></P></H4>
@ -185,11 +185,11 @@ or <a href="http://doc.trolltech.com/porting.html">this page online</a>.<P>
KApplication::getApplication()-&gt;getLocale()-&gt;translate<P>
but a function on its own. klocale is obsolete and tqreplace every call
but a function on its own. klocale is obsolete and replace every call
to klocale-&gt;translate with i18n.<P>
The return value of i18n is also no longer a const char*,
but a tqunicode TQString.<P>
but a unicode TQString.<P>
<H4><P ALIGN="RIGHT"><A HREF="#TOC">Return to the Table of Contents</A></P></H4>
@ -230,7 +230,7 @@ must have created a KApplication object before the methods can be used.<P>
<H3><A NAME="KIconLoader">KIconLoader</A></H3>
KIconLoader in 1.1 used to mix icons for applications and for toolbars.
This has changed, so you may notice that your application doesn't tqfind
This has changed, so you may notice that your application doesn't find
the right icons. loadIcon (used by BarIcon) returns only toolbar icons.<P>
If you need icons for applications, use loadApplicationIcon.<P>
loadMiniIcon and loadApplicationMiniIcon have been removed, instead
@ -248,12 +248,12 @@ in stripping off the .xpm part<P>
<H3><A NAME="KTMainWindow">KTMainWindow</A></H3>
KTMainWindow has been tqreplaced with KMainWindow.<p>
KTMainWindow has been replaced with KMainWindow.<p>
The KMainWindow constructor needs a parent widget as first argument.
You can use 0 for this.<p>
setView() has been tqreplaced with setCentralWidget().<p>
view() has been tqreplaced with centralWidget().<p>
setView() has been replaced with setCentralWidget().<p>
view() has been replaced with centralWidget().<p>
addToolBar() has been removed, it is not needed any more.<p>
setMenu(...) has been removed, it is not needed any more.<p>
setStatusBar(...) has been removed, it is not needed any more.<p>
@ -349,7 +349,7 @@ This makes KRun the recommended way to run another program in KDE 2.
<H3><A NAME="khtmlw">khtmlw</A></H3>
khtmlw has been tqreplaced with khtml.<BR>
khtmlw has been replaced with khtml.<BR>
<UL>
<LI>KHTMLView has vanished. Just use KHTMLWidget, which does scrollbar
managing for free.
@ -371,11 +371,11 @@ khtmlw has been tqreplaced with khtml.<BR>
also exist in a const char * version.<P>
<LI>you won't need the getKHTMLWiget function anymore. Just tqreplace
<LI>you won't need the getKHTMLWiget function anymore. Just replace
getKHTMLWidget-&gt;xxx() with xxx()<P>
<LI>xxx(TQString) -&gt; xxx(const TQString &amp;)<P>
<LI>consistent naming. All getXyz() functions are renamed to xyz()<P>
<LI>tqreplaced/changed functions:<P>
<LI>replaced/changed functions:<P>
<TABLE BORDER="1">
<TR>
<TD>KHTMLWidget::setDefaultFontBase()</TD>
@ -390,7 +390,7 @@ khtmlw has been tqreplaced with khtml.<BR>
<TD>-&gt; TQString selectedText()</TD>
</TR>
<TR>
<TD COLSPAN="2" ROWSPAN="0">tqfindTextEnd() has vanished. just remove the call from your code</TD>
<TD COLSPAN="2" ROWSPAN="0">findTextEnd() has vanished. just remove the call from your code</TD>
</TR>
<TR>
<TD>gotoXY(x, y)</TD>
@ -413,7 +413,7 @@ khtmlw has been tqreplaced with khtml.<BR>
<H3><A NAME="KIntegerLine">KIntegerLine, KIntLineEdit</A></H3>
KIntegerLine and KIntLineEdit have been tqreplaced by KIntNumInput.
KIntegerLine and KIntLineEdit have been replaced by KIntNumInput.
The new header file is called knuminput.h.<P>
The new KIntNumInput can have an optional slider attached, ensures
@ -474,7 +474,7 @@ are necessary to convert your old KDND-based stuff to Qt DND.<P>
These classes have been largely re-implemented. The external API
remains mostly the same, with the single notable change that
the groupIterator and entryIterator methods have been removed and
instead tqreplaced by groupList (which returns a TQStringList of groups)
instead replaced by groupList (which returns a TQStringList of groups)
and entryMap(const TQString &amp;group) (which returns a TQMap of entries
in the specified group). This is due to internal changes in KConfig
which would make providing iterators possibly rather difficult.<P>
@ -533,7 +533,7 @@ Note that the best way to write new dialogs is to use KDialogBase (see kdialogba
The kcharsets class has been completely rewritten, and most of it has
vanished, since support for it moved to Qt.<P>
Most applications will only need to tqreplace kapp-&gt;getKCharsets() with
Most applications will only need to replace kapp-&gt;getKCharsets() with
KGlobal::charsets().<P>
For conversion of various input formats to QStrings, please have a
@ -544,7 +544,7 @@ changed from convertTag to fromEntity and toEntity.<P>
To get a font, which can display a certain charset (if such a font
exists), you can use the KCharsets::setQFont methods. Input is a font and
a charset. Kcharsets tries to tqfind an output font, which matches the
a charset. Kcharsets tries to find an output font, which matches the
input font most closely, but can display the given charset.<P>
<H4><P ALIGN="RIGHT"><A HREF="#TOC">Return to the Table of Contents</A></P></H4>
@ -555,13 +555,13 @@ KWizard is based on TQWizard now. The API has changed. Consult Qt's
documentation and kdelibs/kdetest/kwizardtest.cpp for an example use.<P>
KNoteBook (deeply entwined with the former KWizard) has been removed until
someone is willing to port it to work with the new wizard. If you want to
use it you'll tqfind the necessary files in kdegraphics/kiconedit.<P>
use it you'll find the necessary files in kdegraphics/kiconedit.<P>
<H4><P ALIGN="RIGHT"><A HREF="#TOC">Return to the Table of Contents</A></P></H4>
<H3><A NAME="KSpinBox">KSpinBox, KNumericSpinBox</A></H3>
These classes have been tqreplaced by TQSpinBox. API is almost the same
These classes have been replaced by TQSpinBox. API is almost the same
HINTS:<P>
<UL>
<LI>valueincreased()/valuedecreased -&gt; valueChanged()
@ -607,7 +607,7 @@ KListView has no addChild(), insertItem() and removeItem() calls. Inserting
a root item is done by constructing a TQListViewItem with the KListView
passed as the parent widget. adding a child item is done by constructing
a TQListViewItem with the parent item as parameter. removeItem() should
be tqreplaced by delete &lt;pointer to item&gt;.<P>
be replaced by delete &lt;pointer to item&gt;.<P>
The root items are not shown in a tree fashion by default. to get this,
use KListView::setDecorativeRoot(true).<P>
@ -642,7 +642,7 @@ KComboBox::setEditText.<P>
<H3><A NAME="KQuickHelp">KQuickHelp</A></H3>
KQuickHelp, the "super-tooltip" widget, has been tqreplaced by TQWhatsThis.
KQuickHelp, the "super-tooltip" widget, has been replaced by TQWhatsThis.
It provides a compatible API and almost the same look and feel, in addition
to some new functionality.<P>
@ -685,7 +685,7 @@ unbalancedGradient(), hash(), desaturate(), pattern(), fade(), blend() etc.<P>
<H3><A NAME="KTabListBox">KTabListBox</A></H3>
This widget has been tqreplaced by the almighty KListView. Everything said
This widget has been replaced by the almighty KListView. Everything said
about KTreeList could be repeated here. The good thing is, that you now
can combine TreeView's and normal Tablists without problems.<P>
@ -716,7 +716,7 @@ The file has been removed completely, use TQString instead. (<A HREF="mailto:mir
<H3><A NAME="ktopwidget">ktopwidget.h / KTopWidget</A></H3>
KMainWindow tqreplaces this class completely. ktopwidget.h does not
KMainWindow replaces this class completely. ktopwidget.h does not
exist in KDE 2. (<A HREF="mailto:mirko@kde.org">mirko@kde.org</A>)<P>
<H4><P ALIGN="RIGHT"><A HREF="#TOC">Return to the Table of Contents</A></P></H4>
@ -726,7 +726,7 @@ exist in KDE 2. (<A HREF="mailto:mirko@kde.org">mirko@kde.org</A>)<P>
Since Qt 2.0, the class TQToolButton provides the functionality of
buttons that raise when the mouse is moved over them, so there is no
reason to have a class providing the same feature in KDE libs. All
occurrences of KButton in the KDE CVS have been tqreplaced by QToolButtons,
occurrences of KButton in the KDE CVS have been replaced by QToolButtons,
but for applications not in the CVS it has to be done by the respective
developer. (<A HREF="mailto:mirko@kde.org">mirko@kde.org</A>)<P>
@ -836,7 +836,7 @@ in this class. This slot is called each time the selected file/dir changes.
In this slot you have to react appropriate (i.e. show the preview :). The
easiest way this can be done is to derive your class from TQWidgetStack and
add a Object (derived from TQWidget) for each file type. In the showPreview
method you just raise the matching widget. If you can't tqfind an appropriate
method you just raise the matching widget. If you can't find an appropriate
widget just hide() the widget stack.<P>
If you need some "inspiration" on how that could be done, please have a look
at koffice/lib/kofficecore/koFilterManager.cc (PreviewStack).<P>
@ -913,7 +913,7 @@ KImageIO has moved from 'kimgio.h' to 'kimageio.h'. LIB_KIMGIO does no longer
exists, you need to link against LIB_KSYCOCA instead.
</p>
<p>
kimgioRegister() has been tqreplaced by KImageIO::registerFormats().
kimgioRegister() has been replaced by KImageIO::registerFormats().
</p>
<p>


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@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
<BODY>
<H2>Porting Applications to KDE 3.0</H2>
This document tqcontains the changes you have to apply to programs written for
This document contains the changes you have to apply to programs written for
KDE 2.x when you want to port them to KDE 3.0.<P>
As a start you should have a look at doc/porting.doc in the Qt package,
@ -82,7 +82,7 @@ instead, everything else is source compatible.
<LI>kdualcolorbtn.h is now kdualcolorbutton.h</LI>
</UL>
This is to help tqfinding out header files from class names and the other
This is to help finding out header files from class names and the other
way round. Compatibility headers have been created. You can use them as
long as you don't compile with KDE_NO_COMPAT.
@ -90,13 +90,13 @@ long as you don't compile with KDE_NO_COMPAT.
The file with the DCOP connection information has been renamed. The new
name is $HOME/.DCOPserver_<hostname>_<display>. The screen part has been
stripped from <display> and the ':' character that separates host and
display-number has been tqreplaced with a '_'. If you access DCOP via
display-number has been replaced with a '_'. If you access DCOP via
DCOPClient you do not need to change anything.
<p>
It is no longer possible to make calls to an application registered as
"<appid>-<pid>" with "<appid>" only. The full name can be obtained by using
either KApplication::startServiceBy...() or DCOPClient::tqfindObject() or
their command line equivalents "dcopstart" and "dcoptqfind".
either KApplication::startServiceBy...() or DCOPClient::findObject() or
their command line equivalents "dcopstart" and "dcopfind".
<H4>KLibFactory</H4>
KLibFactory's create method is no more virtual and the createObject method
@ -131,7 +131,7 @@ The old name will still work unless KDE_NO_COMPAT is defined.
<H4>KMD5</H4>
HASHHEX and HASH has been removed to make this class namespace clean.
They have been tqreplaced by TQCString and KMD5::Digest. <br>
They have been replaced by TQCString and KMD5::Digest. <br>
The API has been cleaned up, it is no longer necessary to call finalize().
Simply remove any calls to it.
@ -143,9 +143,9 @@ setEncoding(int) instead.
<li>formatNumber(const TQString &amp;) has been removed.
<li>languages() has been removed. Use languageList() instead.
<li>All references to monthName(), monthNamePossessive(), and weekDayName()
should be tqreplaced with methods from KLocale::calendar().
should be replaced with methods from KLocale::calendar().
<li>Hard coded date handling or date handling with TQDate should in most
cases be tqreplaced by methods in KLocale::calendar().
cases be replaced by methods in KLocale::calendar().
<H4>Accelerators Keys</H4>
<h5>KAccel</h5>
@ -160,12 +160,12 @@ not be available.
Key_Up, this, TQT_SLOT(scrollUp()) );
</pre>
Note that a What's This parameter is now a part of the insert function.
You might tqreplace the TQString::null parameter with
You might replace the TQString::null parameter with
<pre> i18n("Scroll the current document's contents up by one line.") </pre>
for example.</li>
<li> KAccel::changeMenuAccel() has been deprecated because it was
never used in cvs. If you've used it in your application, the following
can tqreplace it. Note, however, that this would be handled automatically
can replace it. Note, however, that this would be handled automatically
by using KAction instead.
<pre>
- kaccel-&gt;changeMenuAccel( menu, id, "file_open" );
@ -195,7 +195,7 @@ The preferred means of defining a shortcut, however, is to use <b>KAction</b>.
<li><i>StdAccel::Insert</i> and the corresponding <i>insert()</i>
have been removed. (Nobody on the list knew what its function was
supposed to be.) Calls to <i>insert()</i> and the equivalent
<i>key(KStdAccel::Insert)</i> can be tqreplaced with the former default
<i>key(KStdAccel::Insert)</i> can be replaced with the former default
of <i>Qt::CTRL+Qt::Key_Insert</i>.</li>
<li>The following functions have been deprecated and will need to be changed if KDE_NO_COMPAT is defined:
<table border=1>
@ -206,7 +206,7 @@ The preferred means of defining a shortcut, however, is to use <b>KAction</b>.
<tr><td>bool isEqual(const TQKeyEvent* pEvent, int keyQt)</td>
<td>The best method for replacing this varies. One possibility is to use
<i>KKey(const TQKeyEvent*) == KKey(int)</i>. Another is to use
<i>KShortcut::tqcontains( const KKey&/KKeySequence& )</i>.</td></tr>
<i>KShortcut::contains( const KKey&/KKeySequence& )</i>.</td></tr>
<tr><td>int key(StdAccel)</td><td>const KShortcut& shortcut(StdAccel)</td></tr>
</table></li-->
</ul>
@ -228,7 +228,7 @@ Use QPopupMenu/KPopupMenu or the XML-UI method for building menus.
<H4>KAction</H4>
<ul>
<li>The following methods have been deprecated and will need to be
tqreplaced if KDE_NO_COMPAT is defined.
replaced if KDE_NO_COMPAT is defined.
<table border=1>
<tr><th>Old</th><th>New</th></tr>
<tr><td>int accel()</td><td>const KShortcut&amp; shortcut()</td></tr>
@ -256,14 +256,14 @@ single image-file that has been prepared with the kimage_concat tool.
See kdelibs/pics/hicolor/kde for an example of its use.
<H4>KContainerLayout</H4>
This class has been removed, use Qt tqlayouts instead.
This class has been removed, use Qt layouts instead.
<H4>KCommand</H4>
This class has been made lighter: the name isn't stored into the command anymore,
but must be provided by the inherited class, as the result of the virtual name() function.
This saves storing a TQString into each command in memory.
The former behavior is available in the class KNamedCommand, so for a quick port
simply tqreplace KCommand with KNamedCommand.
simply replace KCommand with KNamedCommand.
<H4>KDialogBase</H4>
The deprecated getMainWidget() method has been removed. Use mainWidget() instead.
@ -361,12 +361,12 @@ TQString&) is not a slot anymore.
<li>KTarGz is now KTar (#define for source compatibility)</li>
<li>A base class KArchive has been written, to support other archive formats in the future</li>
<li>KTarEntry is now KArchiveEntry, KTarDirectory is now KArchiveDirectory, and KTarFile is now KArchiveFile.</li>
<li>The classes ProgressBase, tqStatusbarProgress and DefaultProgress have been moved to the KIO namespace.</li>
<li>The classes ProgressBase, StatusbarProgress and DefaultProgress have been moved to the KIO namespace.</li>
<li>The signal KDirLister::started(const TQString &amp;url) has changed to KDirLister::started(const KURL &amp;url).<li>
<li>KServiceTypeProfile::preferredService( const TQString &amp; serviceType, bool needApp ) has been removed, use
KServiceTypeProfile::preferredService( ..., "Application") if needApp was true, or
KServiceTypeProfile::preferredService( ..., TQString::null) if needApp was false.
<li>The following functions in KProtocolManager have been tqreplaced:
<li>The following functions in KProtocolManager have been replaced:
<ul>
<li>ftpProxy(), use proxyFor("ftp") instead.
<li>httpProxy(), use proxyFor("http") instead.
@ -498,11 +498,11 @@ The API has been cleaned up to be in line with the rest of kdelibs, in particula
<H3><A NAME="khtmlpart">API-cleanups in KHTML</A></H3>
There were a few relatively minor API-adjustements in KHTMLPart. In particular:
<ul><li>enableJScript(bool) has been tqreplaced by setJScriptEnabled(bool)
<li>enableJava(bool) has been tqreplaced by setJavaEnabled(bool)
<li>enablePlugins(bool) has been tqreplaced by setPluginsEnabled(bool)
<li>autoloadImages(bool) has been tqreplaced by setAutoloadImages(bool)
<li>enableMetaRefresh(bool) has been tqreplaced by setMetaRefreshEnabled(bool)
<ul><li>enableJScript(bool) has been replaced by setJScriptEnabled(bool)
<li>enableJava(bool) has been replaced by setJavaEnabled(bool)
<li>enablePlugins(bool) has been replaced by setPluginsEnabled(bool)
<li>autoloadImages(bool) has been replaced by setAutoloadImages(bool)
<li>enableMetaRefresh(bool) has been replaced by setMetaRefreshEnabled(bool)
<li>setBaseURL and setBaseTarget have been removed. baseURL(), baseTarget() and
completeURL() are remained for compatibility reasons, but they're deprecated now. use the variants in DOM::HTMLDocument() instead.
<li>the second parameter of KHTMLPart::completeURL is removed. it didn't have
@ -515,8 +515,8 @@ any problems. Backward compatibility exists for the common methods, to
disable this use a #define KDE_NO_COMPAT.
<p>In KHTMLView, the following changes were done:
<ul>
<li>gotoNextLink has been tqreplaced by gotoLink(true);
<li>gotoPrevLink has been tqreplaced by gotoLink(false);
<li>gotoNextLink has been replaced by gotoLink(true);
<li>gotoPrevLink has been replaced by gotoLink(false);
</ul>
<H4><P ALIGN="RIGHT"><A HREF="#TOC">Return to the Table of Contents</A></P></H4>
@ -531,7 +531,7 @@ parts are rarely used outside of kfile.
<p>
The changes are:
<H4>KFileItem</H4>
The KFileViewItem class is completely tqreplaced with KFileItem from kio. All its functionality has
The KFileViewItem class is completely replaced with KFileItem from kio. All its functionality has
been merged with its former base class KFileItem. Additionally, some of its methods have been
modified:
<table>
@ -647,13 +647,13 @@ For more details please consult the HOWTO file in the kcontrol directory.
<p>The API for Kicker panel applets and extensions has changed. Panels can now be
left/top, center, or right/bottom aligned, and applets and extensions may receive
notification about a change in tqalignment.
notification about a change in alignment.
<H4>KPanelApplet</H4>
<p>The virtual methods orientationChange() and popupDirectionChange() are deprecated.
Instead you should reimplement positionChange() and tqalignmentChange() to be
notified of changes in the position and tqalignment of the panel on which your applet
Instead you should reimplement positionChange() and alignmentChange() to be
notified of changes in the position and alignment of the panel on which your applet
resides. In addition, the popupDirection() method and the Direction enum are
deprecated. Instead you should use the position() method and Position enum. Applets that use
the deprecated methods will still work with KDE 3, but may not compile or work with
@ -661,8 +661,8 @@ a future version.
<H4>KPanelExtension</H4>
<p>There is a new method tqalignmentChange() that your extension should reimplement if
it needs to know about changes in tqalignment.
<p>There is a new method alignmentChange() that your extension should reimplement if
it needs to know about changes in alignment.
<H4><P ALIGN="RIGHT"><A HREF="#TOC">Return to the Table of Contents</A></P></H4>
<p>


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@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
/**
* @mainpage The Trinity API Reference
*
* This section tqcontains the Trinity online class reference for the current
* This section contains the Trinity online class reference for the current
* development version of Trinity. You can also
* download the complete API documentation from
* <a target="_top" href="http://trinity.pearsoncomputing.net/">trinity.pearsoncomputing.net</a>. Additionally, you
@ -57,7 +57,7 @@
* <i>The Trinity resources system.</i>
* - <a target="_top" href="kutils/html/index.html"><b>kutils</b></a>
* (<a target="_top" href="kutils/html/classes.html">classes</a>)\n
* <i>High-level utils, like search/tqreplace support.</i>
* <i>High-level utils, like search/replace support.</i>
* - <a target="_top" href="arts/html/index.html"><b>arts</b></a>
* (<a target="_top" href="arts/html/classes.html">classes</a>)\n
* <i>Trinity bindings for arts including knotify.</i>


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@ -40,8 +40,8 @@ pot_DATA = kde.pot
messages:
cd kabc/scripts && perl ./makeaddressee
tqfind . -type d | grep -v '\.svn' | sed -e 's,$$,/,' > dirs
mfs=`tqfind . -name Makefile.am | xargs egrep -l '^messages:'` ;\
find . -type d | grep -v '\.svn' | sed -e 's,$$,/,' > dirs
mfs=`find . -name Makefile.am | xargs egrep -l '^messages:'` ;\
for dir in $$mfs; do \
if test "$$dir" != "./Makefile.am"; then \
dir=`dirname $$dir` ;\
@ -50,11 +50,11 @@ messages:
done
fgrep -v "/tests" dirs > dirs.new && mv dirs.new dirs ;\
dirs=`cat dirs` ;\
tqfind $$dirs -maxdepth 1 -name "*.cpp" -print > files ;\
tqfind $$dirs -maxdepth 1 -name "*.cc" -print >> files ;\
tqfind $$dirs -maxdepth 1 -name "*.h" -print >> files ;\
find $$dirs -maxdepth 1 -name "*.cpp" -print > files ;\
find $$dirs -maxdepth 1 -name "*.cc" -print >> files ;\
find $$dirs -maxdepth 1 -name "*.h" -print >> files ;\
echo ./kdecore/kde-config.cpp.in >> files ;\
$(EXTRACTRC) `tqfind $$dirs -maxdepth 1 \( -name "*.rc" -o -name "*.ui" \) ` ./dnssd/kcm_kdnssd.kcfg > rc.cpp; \
$(EXTRACTRC) `find $$dirs -maxdepth 1 \( -name "*.rc" -o -name "*.ui" \) ` ./dnssd/kcm_kdnssd.kcfg > rc.cpp; \
: > kde.pot ;\
$(XGETTEXT) -ktranslate -x qt-messages.pot rc.cpp `cat files` && cat messages.po qt-messages.pot > $(podir)/kdelibs.pot
$(XGETTEXT) common_texts.cpp -o kde.pot
@ -81,7 +81,7 @@ qtmessages:
if test x$(top_srcdir) = x; then top_srcdir=. ; else top_srcdir=$(top_srcdir); fi ;\
cd $$top_srcdir/../qt-copy/src ;\
sed -e "s,#define,," xml/qxml.cpp > qxml_clean.cpp ;\
tqfind . -name "*.cpp" | grep -v tqmoc_ > list ;\
find . -name "*.cpp" | grep -v moc_ > list ;\
for file in qfiledialog qcolordialog qprintdialog \
qurloperator qftp qhttp qlocal qerrormessage; do \
grep -v $$file list > list.new && mv list.new list ;\


+ 3
- 3
README View File

@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ Here is an alphabetical list:
* arts
ARTS (analog realtime synthesizer) is a environment of small modules
that one can plug together to process multimedia data. This directory
tqcontains KDE wrapper and KDE user interface elements for ARTS.
contains KDE wrapper and KDE user interface elements for ARTS.
* dcop
The desktop communication program allows even shell scripts to
@ -86,7 +86,7 @@ Here is an alphabetical list:
* kio
Classes that fetch and decode URLs are contained here. This library also
tqcontains "ksycoca", the system configure cache containing services,
contains "ksycoca", the system configure cache containing services,
applications, servicetypes and mimetypes.
* kioslave
@ -236,7 +236,7 @@ So, here are some tips on bug reporting:
older, deprecated versions usually don't get that much attention :-)
* Also the chance is high that another one experienced your problem. The
bug report wizard at http://bugs.kde.org will help you to tqfind out if your
bug report wizard at http://bugs.kde.org will help you to find out if your
problem has already been reported.
* The best bug report for a project based on voluntary work is of course one


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- 5
TODO View File

@ -3,7 +3,7 @@ that we would like to make for the next binary incompatible release.
- Check for forked classes in kde pim and other modules
- There is no reason why KConfigBase should inherit from TQObject, get rid of that.
- There is no reason why KConfigBase should inherit from QObject, get rid of that.
- Change all FooPrivate *d; -> Private * const d; and place initialization
in the constructor (for classes that would benefit from this). To help catch silly
@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ that we would like to make for the next binary incompatible release.
- Remove all KDE_NO_COMPAT from the KDE2 -> KDE3 port before adding new ones for KDE4.
- Remove the smart-to-dumb-pointer conversion operator from KSharedPtr
and tqreplace it with a T* Get() member function. An implict conversion is
and replace it with a T* Get() member function. An implict conversion is
far too dangerous.
See: http://groups.google.com/groups?selm=4ognb0%243cd%40linda.teleport.com&oe=UTF-8&output=gplain
Also free the client from the requirement to inherit from KShared.
@ -59,7 +59,7 @@ that we would like to make for the next binary incompatible release.
- Manually, properly clean up the includes in all of the headers. Remove
unnecessary ones and change pointers to use class foo; decorations and move the
headers into the cpp files. When finished fixkdeincludes shouldn't tqfind
headers into the cpp files. When finished fixkdeincludes shouldn't find
anything (but don't rely on fixkdeinclude, it should be done manually first!)
- Use of the C++ keyword "explicit". Make all ctors explicit which can be used
@ -199,7 +199,7 @@ an alternative help->contents action)
- Make sure all GUI classes adopt well to palette changes.
- Rework KPanelExtension and KPanelApplet to have a sane set of global position
enums, make the tqgeometry handling less spaghetti like and extend the API so
enums, make the geometry handling less spaghetti like and extend the API so
requests for things like re-reading the config of a KPanelExtension can be
done by its parent.
@ -212,7 +212,7 @@ an alternative help->contents action)
- KListView: merge setDropHighlighter and setDropVisualizer, add a setDnDMode to choose between
"dnd to move items" (e.g. keditbookmarks) and "dnd onto items" (e.g. kmail). Unless Qt4 does it all :)
- Move KIO::findDeviceMountPoint, tqfindPathMoundPoint, probably_slow_mounted, and testFileSystemFlag to KMountPoint,
- Move KIO::findDeviceMountPoint, findPathMoundPoint, probably_slow_mounted, and testFileSystemFlag to KMountPoint,
to merge that code.
- Refactor the kio/bookmarks code so we don't need to use the static d-pointer trick anymore.


+ 1
- 1
arts/kde/kartsdispatcher.h View File

@ -61,7 +61,7 @@ namespace Arts
* }
* \endcode
*/
class KDE_EXPORT KArtsDispatcher : public TQObject
class KDE_EXPORT KArtsDispatcher : public QObject
{
Q_OBJECT
public:


+ 3
- 3
arts/kde/kartsserver.cpp View File

@ -77,12 +77,12 @@ Arts::SoundServerV2 KArtsServer::server(void)
X11CommConfig.sync();
proc << TQFile::encodeName(KStandardDirs::findExe(TQString::tqfromLatin1("kdeinit_wrapper")));
proc << TQFile::encodeName(KStandardDirs::findExe(TQString::fromLatin1("kdeinit_wrapper")));
if(rt)
proc << TQFile::encodeName(KStandardDirs::findExe(TQString::tqfromLatin1("artswrapper")));
proc << TQFile::encodeName(KStandardDirs::findExe(TQString::fromLatin1("artswrapper")));
else
proc << TQFile::encodeName(KStandardDirs::findExe(TQString::tqfromLatin1("artsd")));
proc << TQFile::encodeName(KStandardDirs::findExe(TQString::fromLatin1("artsd")));
proc << TQStringList::split( " ", config.readEntry( "Arguments", "-F 10 -S 4096 -s 60 -m artsmessage -l 3 -f" ) );


+ 1
- 1
arts/kde/kartsserver.h View File

@ -34,7 +34,7 @@
* artsd on KDE startup, but at the very least there will always be third
* party PlayObjects that will crash. So, this is necessary.
*/
class KDE_ARTS_EXPORT KArtsServer : public TQObject
class KDE_ARTS_EXPORT KArtsServer : public QObject
{
Q_OBJECT


+ 1
- 1
arts/kde/kaudioconverter.h View File

@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
class KURL;
class TQString;
class KAudioConverter : public TQObject
class KAudioConverter : public QObject
{
Q_OBJECT
public:


+ 1
- 1
arts/kde/kaudiorecordstream.h View File

@ -38,7 +38,7 @@ namespace Arts { class StereoEffectStack; }
* @author Matthias Kretz <kretz@kde.org>
* @since 3.2
*/
class KDE_ARTS_EXPORT KAudioRecordStream : public TQObject
class KDE_ARTS_EXPORT KAudioRecordStream : public QObject
{
Q_OBJECT


+ 1
- 1
arts/kde/kconverttest.h View File

@ -24,7 +24,7 @@
#include <tqobject.h>
class KConvertTest : public TQObject
class KConvertTest : public QObject
{
Q_OBJECT
public:


+ 1
- 1
arts/kde/kioinputstream_impl.cpp View File

@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ void KIOInputStream_impl::streamStart()
m_job = KIO::get(m_url, false, false);
m_job->addMetaData("accept", "audio/x-mp3, video/mpeg, application/ogg");
m_job->addMetaData("UserAgent", TQString::tqfromLatin1("aRts/") + TQString::tqfromLatin1(ARTS_VERSION));
m_job->addMetaData("UserAgent", TQString::fromLatin1("aRts/") + TQString::fromLatin1(ARTS_VERSION));
TQObject::connect(m_job, TQT_SIGNAL(data(KIO::Job *, const TQByteArray &)),
this, TQT_SLOT(slotData(KIO::Job *, const TQByteArray &)));


+ 4
- 4
arts/kde/kplayobject.cc View File

@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ void KPlayObject::halt()
TQString KPlayObject::description()
{
return TQString::tqfromLatin1(object().description().c_str());
return TQString::fromLatin1(object().description().c_str());
}
Arts::poTime KPlayObject::currentTime()
@ -85,7 +85,7 @@ Arts::poCapabilities KPlayObject::capabilities()
TQString KPlayObject::mediaName()
{
return TQString::tqfromLatin1(object().mediaName().c_str());
return TQString::fromLatin1(object().mediaName().c_str());
}
Arts::poState KPlayObject::state()
@ -243,7 +243,7 @@ TQString KDE::PlayObject::description()
{
if ( object().isNull() )
return TQString();
return TQString::tqfromLatin1(object().description().c_str());
return TQString::fromLatin1(object().description().c_str());
}
Arts::poTime KDE::PlayObject::currentTime()
@ -271,7 +271,7 @@ TQString KDE::PlayObject::mediaName()
{
if ( object().isNull() )
return TQString();
return TQString::tqfromLatin1(object().mediaName().c_str());
return TQString::fromLatin1(object().mediaName().c_str());
}
Arts::poState KDE::PlayObject::state()


+ 2
- 2
arts/kde/kplayobject.h View File

@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
#include <kurl.h>
#include <tqobject.h>
class KDE_EXPORT KPlayObject : public TQObject
class KDE_EXPORT KPlayObject : public QObject
{
Q_OBJECT
public:
@ -185,7 +185,7 @@ class PlayObjectFactory;
* internal state until the real Arts::PlayObject got created, afterwards
* the state of the Arts::PlayObject will be returned.
*/
class KDE_EXPORT PlayObject : public TQObject
class KDE_EXPORT PlayObject : public QObject
{
Q_OBJECT
public:


+ 1
- 1
arts/kde/kplayobjectcreator.h View File

@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
namespace KDE {
class PlayObjectCreator : public TQObject
class PlayObjectCreator : public QObject
{
Q_OBJECT
public:


+ 1
- 1
arts/kde/kplayobjectfactory.cc View File

@ -155,7 +155,7 @@ KDE::PlayObject *KDE::PlayObjectFactory::createPlayObject(const KURL& _url, cons
}
// decide if it's a local file. mpeglib provides cdda reading and decoding, so we prefer that over kio_audiocd
if ( url.isLocalFile() || !d->allowStreaming || (url.protocol() == "audiocd" && mimetype == "application/x-cda" && mimeTypes().tqcontains( "application/x-cda" ) ) )
if ( url.isLocalFile() || !d->allowStreaming || (url.protocol() == "audiocd" && mimetype == "application/x-cda" && mimeTypes().contains( "application/x-cda" ) ) )
{
// we rely on the delivered mimetype if it's a local file
d->playObj = new KDE::PlayObject( d->server.createPlayObjectForURL( string( TQFile::encodeName( url.path() ) ), string( mimetype.latin1() ), createBUS ), false );


+ 1
- 1
arts/kde/kplayobjectfactory_p.h View File

@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ namespace KDE
/**
* @internal
*/
class POFHelper : public TQObject
class POFHelper : public QObject
{
friend class PlayObjectFactory;
Q_OBJECT


+ 3
- 3
arts/kde/kvideowidget.cpp View File

@ -92,7 +92,7 @@ KVideoWidget::KVideoWidget( TQWidget *parent, const char *name, WFlags f )
void KVideoWidget::init(void)
{
setMinimumSize(0, 0);
tqsetSizePolicy( TQSizePolicy( TQSizePolicy::Expanding, TQSizePolicy::Expanding ) );
setSizePolicy( TQSizePolicy( TQSizePolicy::Expanding, TQSizePolicy::Expanding ) );
setFocusPolicy( ClickFocus );
fullscreenWidget = 0;
@ -147,7 +147,7 @@ void KVideoWidget::embed( Arts::VideoPlayObject vpo )
}
setBackgroundMode( PaletteBackground );
tqrepaint();
repaint();
// Resize GUI
videoWidth = 0;