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BlueDevil, the new KDE bluetooth stack is here

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We’re proud to announce the first release of BlueDevil, the new bluetooth stack for KDE SC.

Description:

BlueDevil is a set of components, which integrates bluetooth within the KDE SC, for example adding a system preference module (KCM), or allowing to browse the files in a cell phone from you favorite file browser.

The list of already implemented components is:

* System preference module (KCM) to configure all the options regarding Bluetooth (also fully activate/deactivate it)

* Integration with the KDE input/output system (KIO)

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