Thanks. No need to apologize. I am totally happy using open source solutions and would not have it any other way. Slight correction - no one in that thread got Qalculate with GUI working on openSUSE 11.2 KDE. He converted a DEB package, but the Qalculate menus don't work correctly with that solution.

On Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 11:41 AM, Jonathan Stickel <> wrote:
Sorry you had trouble, but that is sometimes how it is when using free software.  I looked through that thread, and someone clearly got it working on SUSE.  I am also surprised that QT3 and KDE3 development packages are not readily available in SUSE, but then I do not use SUSE.


Dave T wrote:
Just an FYI, I was not able to easily find QT3 libs for openSUSE KDE4, so I gave up on trying to compile it for my system.
And the plasmoid has a more limited GUI that doesn't suit my needs.
Here's a related discussion:

On Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 11:05 AM, Jonathan Stickel < <>> wrote:

   You should be able to compile the latest release of qalculate-kde
   against kde3 libs.  There has been some discussion about porting
   qalculate to QT4 and KDE4, but I think any end result of that will
   be a long way off yet.  Another option is a new qalculate plasmoid:

   I hear that the plasmoid will be included in a KDE4 release in the
   near future.


   Dave T wrote:

       Thanks for your communication. I'm an end user who has been
       trying to
       use Qalculate with GUI on openSUSE 11.2 KDE amd64. No luck.Any
       of getting a package for that platform? Thanks

       On Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 9:57 AM, Jonathan Stickel
       < <>> wrote:

           After a long period of little activity, Qalcualte! has had a
           flurry of
           development in the last few months!

           I wonder what the preferred mode of communication is for
           parties: email list or forums?  I will continue to monitor
           both.  I am
           bcc'ing a few of you that have emailed me directly in the
           last few
           months to remind you there is a list if you would like to
           use it.  I
           personally think an email list is a more user-friendly means
           of group

           Anyway, as you may have noticed, there has been a recent
           release and the
           development sources have been migrated from CVS to Git.  If
           you would
           like to contribute to Qalculate, now is a great time to do
           so!  I
           suggest that you first submit a patch to the sourceforge project
           tracker.  If all looks good, I will be happy to give you
           access to Git
           so that you can push patches directly.


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