On Sun 22 May 2005 13:50, JR wrote:
> Cheers Barry,
> Thats a great script. I cant get your program to compile though. The
> first error I got was:
> ko2smsapplet.cpp: In member function `virtual void
> ko2smsApplet::about()': ko2smsapplet.cpp:133: error: 'class
> KAboutData' has no member named 'setHomepage'
> ko2smsapplet.cpp:134: error: 'class KAboutData' has no member named
Looks like you're using KDE 3.2 or less. I didn't check the requirements
that far back. These lines aren't neccessary anyway so you can just
comment them out as you did.
> //So I commented out those two function calls, now I get this error
>> ko2smsapplet.cpp: At global scope:
> ko2smsapplet.cpp:181: warning: unused parameter 'e'
> ko2smsapplet.cpp:176: warning: unused parameter 'width'
> ko2smsapplet.cpp:171: warning: unused parameter 'height'
> ko2smsapplet.cpp:99: warning: unused parameter 'proc'
> make: *** [ko2smsapplet.lo] Error 1
> make: Leaving directory
> Obviously the warnings are no biggie, but the errors dont give many
> clues. I'm running mandrake 10.2 with gcc version 3.4.1.
Hmmm... this doesn't give me any clues either.... <fine mins later> I
just logged into a machine in UCD using KDE 3.2.1 and Qt 3.3.1 and
unfortunately they do not meet the requirments. Sorry. However KDE 3.3
does (with Qt 3.3.3).
P.S. For anyone who downloaded the applet in the first hour or so they
should do so again. I had some stupid code for the results dialog
(there was a reason initially but I changed my mind) which I forgot to
change for the release.
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