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Stefan Endrullis Leipzig, Germany

VHDL Highlighting

Kate Sep 11 2010
Score 61%
61 Likes
39 Dislikes

Xilinx UCF Highlighting

Kate May 14 2007
Score 57%
57 Likes
43 Dislikes
Network Monitor

Plasma 5 Monitoring 44 comments

Score 73%
73 Likes
27 Dislikes
Nov 15 2015
Similar to the old knetload (simple, compact, and nice), but configurable. - Oct 23 2017
VHDL Highlighting

Kate 1 comment

by xylo
Score 61%
61 Likes
39 Dislikes
Sep 11 2010
I tested the "wait for" statement in a small VHDL file, but I could not discover any problems in kate 2.5.11. Maybe your version of the vhdl.xml is too old for this. I suggest you to update the file to the current svn version (see link above). I think, you have to overwrite the old file to update it. An additional installation in your local $KDEHOME directory might not be sufficient.

If the bug still appears after the update, I suggest you to write an email to the kwrite mailing list, since I'm not maintaining the file anymore.

Good luck! - Sep 11 2010
ktikz - Editor for the TikZ language

Graphics & Photography 26 comments

Score 72%
72 Likes
28 Dislikes
Oct 13 2010
I also tried to use version 0.9 on my 64 bit machine. The compilation worked fine, but when I run ktikz I get a segmentation fault. :(

Unfortunately I cannot even use version 0.8 under Lucid, because libpoppler.so.3 is not available anymore. - Jun 19 2010
Seems there is a version 0.8 on
http://www.hackenberger.at/blog/ktikz-editor-for-the-tikz-language - Sep 03 2009
Open Yakuake Here

Krusader User Actions 6 comments

by z-vet
Score 67%
67 Likes
33 Dislikes
Dec 29 2007
Thanks :) - Nov 12 2008
I have made some adoptions again to support yakuake 2.9 which does not have a DCOP interface anymore, but DBus.

Here is the link, if you want to update your krusader action:
http://stefan.endrullis.de/downloads/krusader/open_yakuake_here_new.xml
- Mar 19 2008
Thanks :) - Dec 29 2007
Thank you for this krusader action.

I've made some adaptations:
- add a new slot to yakuake
- set the slot name to the current directory

If you want to use this modification, you have to set the command to:
dcop yakuake DCOPInterface slotAddSession; dcop yakuake DCOPInterface slotRenameSession `dcop yakuake DCOPInterface selectedSession` `echo '%aPath("No")%' | sed -e "s/.*\/\([^/]*\)\//\1/"`; dcop yakuake DCOPInterface slotRunCommandInSession 'cd %aPath%'; dcop yakuake DCOPInterface slotToggleState;
- Oct 23 2007
Fnis

Amarok Themes 7 comments

by otey
Score 76%
76 Likes
24 Dislikes
Oct 27 2005
This is still my favorite Amarok theme.

I wonder why it has been removed from the list of default themes. It's not even in the list of downloadable themes.

Anybody knows the reason? - Oct 12 2008
taskbar-compiz

KDE 1.-4. Improvements 27 comments

Score 74%
74 Likes
26 Dislikes
Dec 02 2006
I have tested KDE4.1 for one week now and I must say: it's usable. You only need to replace the Plasma Taskbar with your old kicker. Then you will not see major disadvantages. - Aug 29 2008
Now you see how the KDE4 developers want us to use KDE4 instead of KDE3 and compiz. That's all part of the plan!

Oh, maybe I was too honest now. Please don't disable my account due to this post. Please! - Aug 28 2008
unmount filesystem

Krusader User Actions 4 comments

by xylo
Score 60%
60 Likes
40 Dislikes
Oct 23 2007
That's great. Thanks :) - Mar 19 2008
Thanks. Comments are welcome :) - Mar 19 2008
BeeDiff

Developer Tools 25 comments

Score 85%
85 Likes
15 Dislikes
Sep 14 2008
If I would be ask for the difference between your application and Kompare, I would say that BeeDiff is more userfriendly when you want to apply changes. Kompare is a good diff viewer but it's not very comfortable when you want to use the mouse. BeeDiff has exactly the feature I've search for: buttons (right there where the differences are) to apply changes to left/right side or to delete changes. And that's very useful.

Because of that, it has become my favorite diff application now :)
So thanks for BeeDiff.

But even kompare has useful features, like the configuration of keyboard shortcuts which is part of the KDE libraries. Is there a special reason why you are not using them? - Mar 17 2008
KGeography

Education 17 comments

Score 73%
73 Likes
27 Dislikes
Apr 16 2008
I like kgeography. And it's already optimal for the single country maps (showing the states of the country). But most times I want to take a look at the world map and that's the point where wishes starts.

There are several feature requests in the bug tracker of kgeography. Some examples:
- Use SVG where possible for KGeography
- mark capitals in the map
- drag map with right mouse button
- zoom in and out with mouse wheel and keyboard

These features and more are already implemented in marble. Marble has also a political map - just chose "Plain Map" and disable cities, terrain and water bodies. In the latest version of marble you can also change the projection from globe to flat map.

If I'm not completely wrong, marble will become a flexible component of KDE 4. So everybody will be able to integrate it in his application.

I think if KGeography would use the marble widget for showing the world map, both projects would benefit from each other, because the marble developers want there project to be used by other applications and kgeography could benefit of new marble features and maps.

What do you think? - Dec 27 2007
kvmms

System Software 5 comments

by nemti
Score 67%
67 Likes
33 Dislikes
Dec 05 2007
Sorry for my late response. Seems I've forgotten to select the "notification via email" checkbox.

Of course you can use my patch to update your kvmms download. If you have questions, please tell me. I could also test new releases.

Currently I have not much time and I'm not often using kvm, so I'm not the right person right now to take over maintenance. - Nov 22 2007
OK, here is the patch:
http://stefan.endrullis.de/downloads/kvmms/kvmms_qemu_0.9.patch

What's new:
- compatible with version 0.8 and version 0.9 of qemu
- if you create a new hd image or import an old one, the new format qcow2 is used now, because since version 0.9 only qcow2 is able to save vm state using "savevm"
- fixed the problem that qemu fails on x86_64 systems with kqemu module loaded

If you have images in the format "qcow", you have to convert them manually in order to use kvmms with qemu 0.9:
qemu-img $old_img -O qcow2 $new_img
- Oct 14 2007
Thank you for this application. It's a really good GUI for kvm, but it's not easy to find. Thus I'm writing some keywords for search engines:
This is a graphical interface for kvm / GUI for qemu.

It's a pity that it does not support qemu 0.9. Maybe I can help you with the support for version 0.9. Well I don't want to downgrade ;)

I will post a patch here. - Oct 14 2007
Open Konsole in current directory

Krusader User Actions 1 comment

Score 41%
41 Likes
59 Dislikes
Jun 29 2007
Just press F2. You do not need to define an action for this feature. It is already part of krusader for years. - Jul 02 2007
Kopete OTR Plugin

KDE 1.-4. Improvements 57 comments

Score 82%
82 Likes
18 Dislikes
Mar 03 2008
Thanks very much for the version 0.4!

Now I can chat with my GPG and OTR contacts at the same time :) - Jun 07 2007
It seems that the OTR plugin replaces the newlines of messages and the standard crypt-plugin of kopete cannot handle GPG messages without newlines.

I don't understand why this plugin is changing the content of messages, also if it does not encrypt these messages!

I hope it will be fixed soon.

But also the content of encrypted messages should not be changed! - May 14 2007
Well GPG plugin does not seem to be compatible with the OTR plugin. If OTR is activated GPG messages are not decrypted anymore. Any suggestions? - Apr 14 2007
KopeteLog

Utilities 16 comments

Score 74%
74 Likes
26 Dislikes
May 01 2007
Yes, just enable the "History" plugin.

So what is the difference between KopeteLog and the "History" plugin?
- Apr 27 2007
qleo

Education 31 comments

Score 80%
80 Likes
20 Dislikes
Feb 12 2007
Sorry, I have to revoke some of my statements in my last post. The system tray icon is already implemented in the new version. I hope the debian/ubuntu package will be updated soon :) - Oct 19 2006
First I want to thank you for this programm. It's very useful.

Until now I have used ksteak and sometimes dict.leo in a webbrowser, because the database of ksteak is not as big. Now I still use ksteak, because it has many good features, like staying in system tray, translating after pressing a shortcut (it uses also the clipboard) and it removes leading spaces before translation. And it is very fast because it uses a local database.

But I'm also using qleo wenn ksteak could not find a translation. But here I'm missing a shortcut for translation because sometimes I'm copying passwords into the clipboard and don't want them to be send to dict.leo ;)

Well, both projects are needed and I know it sounds utopian, but I wish these two projects would be merged to one great project :)

Homepage of ksteak:
http://www.der-fritz.de/ksteak/ - Oct 18 2006
Yes, you can download the deb package from the project homepage. But the direct Ubuntu download (at the top of this page) does currently not word.

Here is the right one:
http://www.sonnensturm.net/twiki/pub/Projects/QLeo/qleo-0.15_0.15-1_i386.deb - Oct 18 2006
Yakuake

System Software 1023 comments

by Sho
Score 92%
92 Likes
8 Dislikes
Mar 28 2018
Only the last created session is accessable via DCOP (object session-1). When I close the session, no DCOP session object remains even if there are still open sessions in yakuake.
It would be nice if all sessions can be addressed like in Konsole. - Oct 19 2006
If the console is not visible and I run "dcop yakuake DCOPInterface slotAddSession" then the newly created session has a problem with the background image (if I press F12). If the console is already visible when calling dcop, this problem does not occur. - Oct 19 2006
Thanks :) - Oct 19 2006
Very nice and useful program. The DCOP interface is even better than the one of Konsole. It's a great feature to start a process via DCOP in a given console session.

Great job! Thanks.

But I have a question to your first screenshot. It looks really good and I tried to configure it like you did, but I could not get rid of the scrollbar at the right. How did you do that? - Oct 18 2006
Fotowall

Graphics & Photography

by koral
Score 89%
89 Likes
11 Dislikes
Feb 27 2010
Fnis

Amarok Themes

by otey
Score 76%
76 Likes
24 Dislikes
Jun 04 2009
Krusader

System Software

by shie
Score 86%
86 Likes
14 Dislikes
Dec 24 2008
Yakuake

System Software

by Sho
Score 92%
92 Likes
8 Dislikes
Dec 24 2008
Network Monitor

Plasma 5 Monitoring

Score 73%
73 Likes
27 Dislikes
Oct 23 2017 Similar to the old knetload (simple, compact, and nice), but configurable.
Score 78%
78 Likes
22 Dislikes
Dec 17 2010