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KDE 2.1 to 2.2 Changelog


This page tries to present as much as possible of the problem corrections and feature additions that occurred in KDE between the 2.1 and 2.2 releases.

Note: gcc 3.0 is not recommended for compilation of KDE 2.2. There are several known miscompilations of production C++ code with this compiler, like i.e. virtual inheritance which is used for example in arts. We know that you will experience a lot of runtime difficulties when you compile with gcc 3.0, so using this particular compiler version is at your own risk, and please do not report bugs to us if you use this compiler. The problems are mostly known and we're working with the gcc team to get them fixed.

KDE Libraries

General

KDE Print System

aRts

Icons

KDE Base Package

General

KHelpCenter

Kate

KDM

Kicker

AbBrowser/KAddressBook

Konsole

Konqueror

KPersonalizer

KWin (KDE Window Manager)

KControl (KDE Control Center)

KScreensaver

KDE Network Package

Kdict

KMail

KNode

KNewsTicker

Kit

KDE Admin Package

KDE Graphics Package

Kooka + libkscan (kdegraphics)

Pixie removed

KDE PIM Package (KDE Personal Information Manager)

Kandy

KOrganizer

KPilot

KDE Utilities Package

Kasbar

KDE Multimedia Package

Noatun (KDE Media Player)

KDE Games Package

KDE Bindings

kdebindings provides 'Koala', a full set of Qt and KDE Java api bindings:

KDE Addons module

KDE Artwork module

KDevelop Package

KDE SDK Package

About KDE

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