Thank you for warning me. I forgot to update kevora.pro into the cvs and git repositories.

By the way, I just updated another version of kevora source. Now, it is possible to compile functions, procedures, triggers for oracle databases. We have to test this kind of compilation for other databases, yet...

Antonio Menezes.

2010/12/1 Heinz Wiesinger <HMWiesinger@liwjatan.at>
On Wednesday 01 December 2010 02:58:21 you wrote:
> Hello, Mr. Heinz Wiesinger!

Hi! (Heinz is fine btw, as you prefer :)

> I'd like to tell you that I solved that bug about dark schemes (or desktop
> themes) you had noticed on your last email.

Great! Confirmed here, works like a charm now!

> Now, The SQL Statement syntax highlighting is more visible when the user
> has a dark color desktop theme. The line numbering widget is also with a
> better color scheme and the mdi area has a color gradient appropriated to
> the user initial preferences. Of course, Kevora still needs a SQL Editor
> settings dialog, but this will be build as soon as possible.
> Please, check the code at:
> http://gitorious.org/kevora
> or
> http://kevora.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/kevora/kevora-1/

I had a bit of an issue getting this to build. I got this error:

kvmainwindow.o: In function `KvMainWindow::newExportObjectsWindow()':
kvmainwindow.cpp:(.text+0x2828): undefined reference to
kvmainwindow.cpp:(.text+0x2877): undefined reference to
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make: *** [kevora] Error 1

Turned out kvexportobjects.{cpp,h} was not included in kevora.pro. After
putting them in it built fine.

Thanks for your great work!