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0.1.107: Friendlist, Drag and Drop [Mar. 3rd, 2007|02:32 am]
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A new ljKlient is out, mainly because I couldn’t be arsed to add more windows and protocol support yet (as would be needed for adding and deleting friends), so instead I fixed minor bugs and made the list look a bit nicer, and added a revolutionary feature to the friend list: you can drag a friend and drop them anywhere in the editor field, and you’ll get the <lj user="username"> thing inserted right there.

As always, you can get the newest from the project download page at http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=179682

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From: i0ngunn3r
2007-03-31 10:38 pm (UTC)

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I have added Audacious support.

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And fixed ljkkdeeventeditor.py (8 day-old revision #111 from sf.net svn) here:
http://lianet.ru/~asm92/ljkkdeeventeditor.py
http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/13259/

I commented some lines to allow querying only from audacious..

Optionally, there are only two lines:
   os.system('audtool current-song > /tmp/audnp')
   self.currmusicLineEdit.setText(open("/tmp/audnp").read())
[User Picture]From: ralesk
2007-04-01 12:29 am (UTC)

Thanks

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Added, improved, uploaded :) I fixed the translations too, so make sure you checkout the whole r112 before hacking on it again.
[User Picture]From: ralesk
2007-04-01 10:10 pm (UTC)

Re: Thanks

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Or, whatever’s the latest, as it may be.
[User Picture]From: psychoboy
2007-04-01 06:43 am (UTC)

what python bindings should i use?

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im on gentoo and i have this options to install:

* dev-python/pykde
Homepage: http://www.riverbankcomputing.co.uk/pykde/
Description: PyKDE is a set of Python bindings for kdelibs.
License: GPL-2

* kde-base/pykde
Homepage: http://www.kde.org/
Description: PyKDE is a set of Python bindings for kdelibs.
License: GPL-2

which should i choose?
[User Picture]From: ralesk
2007-04-01 07:26 am (UTC)

Re: what python bindings should i use?

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Either should be fine, I guess you should try to use the latter (although I think that should be installed anyway because some Control Centre panels were written in Python. Maybe Balinares has more idea about it, he uses Gentoo as well.

[User Picture]From: ralesk
2007-04-01 07:40 am (UTC)

Re: what python bindings should i use?

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In Ubuntu this is all I have:

ralesk@ralesk:~$ aptitude search pykde
i   pykdeextensions                 - Python packages to support KDE application
ralesk@ralesk:~$ aptitude search python-kde
i   python-kde3                     - KDE3 bindings for Python
p   python-kde3-dbg                 - KDE3 bindings for Python (debug extensions
p   python-kde3-dev                 - KDE3 bindings for Python - Development fil
i   python-kde3-doc                 - Documentation and examples for PyKDE

And I don’t quite see the point of having the same thing present in the repository twice, to be honest :)

[User Picture]From: balinares
2007-04-01 10:09 pm (UTC)

Re: what python bindings should i use?

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Unless you're using an ancient KDE (older than 3.4), go for kde-base/pykde, if I remember correctly. (I had a hard drive crash and haven't reinstalled everything yet, and thus can't give you a definitive answer, but I'm pretty sure it's kde-base/pykde. :))