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Second KDE 4 Developers Snapshot Available

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The second KDE 4 developers snapshot is now available. This 3.80.2 release includes source from all the KDE modules. Application developers are strongly advised to work primarily on KDE 4 from now on.

This release builds with Qt 4.2.0 and 4.2.1 (but not the 4.2 preview). Packages are available for Kubuntu and currently working through the SUSE buildservice.

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KDE 3.80.2 are available for Kubuntu Edgy

Packages of KDE 3.80.2 are available for Kubuntu Edgy. In this second developers snapshot of KDE 4 full sessions seem to be running nicely. Lots of things crash but it's a good start. As a distro developer one of my current worries is how KDE 3 apps will run under KDE 4, with these packages it works except for kioslaves which complain about klauncher breaking. So if I can work that one out, it should be OK.

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