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Does that mean it only runs on the WM Gnome?
I'm keen to get one that will mainly be focused on c++ , they say kdevelop runs on most other window managers including window maker (BlackBox or Window Maker for LFS? People love both of them)
But you say its not limited to gnome right?
So how do you get it to compile for another WM, since it wants gnome conf files?
ah and kde comes with kdevelope..
Last edited by dj_relentless; 02-12-2002 at 06:36 AM.
oh no i just mean at a design level, it integrates highly with glade, a gtk gui builder app, so you just click a button, and youre gui appears for you to visually edit. that's all
There are VERY few apps that will ONLY run inside kde or gnome, and these are typically wehen they need access to specific menu bar or such. all that a gnome or kde app usually means is that it uses gtk (or more specifically gnomeui) or qt respectively. if you have them installed, then you can run any kde or gnome app in anything.