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Basic Installation
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These are generic installation instructions.
The `configure' shell script attempts to guess correct values for
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Installation Names
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Specifying the System Type
==========================
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will run on. Usually `configure' can figure that out, but if it prints
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type, such as `sun4', or a canonical name with three fields:
CPU-COMPANY-SYSTEM
See the file `config.sub' for the possible values of each field. If
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system on which you are compiling the package.
Sharing Defaults
================
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A warning: not all `configure' scripts look for a site script.
Operation Controls
==================
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`--cache-file=FILE'
Use and save the results of the tests in FILE instead of
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debugging `configure'.
`--help'
Print a summary of the options to `configure', and exit.
`--quiet'
`--silent'
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Do not print messages saying which checks are being made.
`--srcdir=DIR'
Look for the package's source code in directory DIR. Usually
`configure' can determine that directory automatically.
`--version'
Print the version of Autoconf used to generate the `configure'
script, and exit.
`configure' also accepts some other, not widely useful, options.

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/**
* @mainpage KDE Educational Software
*
* This section contains the API references for KDE's collection
* of educational software. These include:
*
* - <a href="kalzium/html/index.html"><b>kalzium</b></a>\n
* <i>Periodic table of elements.</i>
* - <a href="kbruch/html/index.html"><b>kbruch</b></a>\n
* <i>Fraction excercise trainer.</i>
* - <a href="keduca/html/index.html"><b>keduca</b></a>\n
* <i>Creation and revision of form-based tests and exams.</i>
* - <a href="khangman/html/index.html"><b>khangman</b></a>\n
* <i>Hangman game. The child should guess a word letter by letter.</i>
* - <a href="kig/html/index.html"><b>kig</b></a>\n
* <i>Interactive geometry.</i>
* - <a href="kiten/html/index.html"><b>kiten</b></a>\n
* <i>Japanese reference tool.</i>
* - <a href="klatin/html/index.html"><b>klatin</b></a>\n
* <i>Aims to help revise or learn latin.</i>
* - <a href="klettres/html/index.html"><b>klettres</b></a>\n
* <i>Helps child to learn the alphabet and to read some syllables.</i>
* - <a href="kmplot/html/index.html"><b>kmplot</b></a>\n
* <i>Mathematical function plotter.</i>
* - <a href="kpercentage/html/index.html"><b>kpercentage</b></a>\n
* - <a href="kstars/html/index.html"><b>kstars</b></a>\n
* <i>Desktop planetarium.</i>
* - <a href="ktouch/html/index.html"><b>ktouch</b></a>\n
* <i>Program for learning touch typing.</i>
* - <a href="kturtle/html/index.html"><b>kturtle</b></a>\n
* - <a href="kverbos/html/index.html"><b>kverbos</b></a>\n
* - <a href="kvoctrain/html/index.html"><b>kvoctrain</b></a>\n
* <i>Vocabulary trainer.</i>
* - <a href="kwordquiz/html/index.html"><b>kwordquiz</b></a>\n
*
* And a support library <a href="libkdeedu/html/index.html"><b>libkdeedu</b></a>.
*
* You can find more information about the <i>KDE Edutainment Project</i> at
* <a href="http://edu.kde.org">edu.kde.org</a>.
*
*/

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AUTOMAKE_OPTIONS = foreign 1.6.1
COMPILE_FIRST = libkdeedu
DISTCLEANFILES = inst-apps
MAINTAINERCLEANFILES = subdirs configure.in acinclude.m4 SUBDIRS
include admin/deps.am

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all:
@echo "This Makefile is only for the CVS repository"
@echo "This will be deleted before making the distribution"
@echo ""
@if test ! -d admin; then \
echo "Please recheckout this module!" ;\
echo "for cvs: use checkout once and after that update again" ;\
echo "for cvsup: checkout kde-common from cvsup and" ;\
echo " link kde-common/admin to ./admin" ;\
exit 1 ;\
fi
$(MAKE) -f admin/Makefile.common cvs
.SILENT:

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In this file:
* What it is
* Common Mistakes
* Debugging
* More Info
What it is
----------
* blinken: the KDE version of the well-known game Simon Says
* kalzium: periodic table of elements
* kanagram: an anagram game
* kbruch: fraction excercise trainer
* keduca: creation and revision of form-based tests and exams.
* kgeography: geography learning program
* khangman: hangman game. The child should guess a word letter by letter.
* kig: interactive geometry
* kiten: japanese reference tool
* klatin: aims to help revise or learn Latin
* klettres: helps child to learn the alphabet and to read some syllables
* kmplot: mathematical function plotter
* kpercentage: math application to improve skills in calculating percentages
* kstars: desktop planetarium
* ktouch: program for learning touch typing
* kturtle: educational programming environment using the Logo programming language
* kverbos: tudy Spanish verb forms
* kvoctrain: vocabulary trainer
* kwordquiz: a powerful way to master new vocabularies
Common Mistakes
---------------
If configure claims Qt cannot be found, have a look at http://www.trolltech.com
to get a copy of latest Qt 3.3.x version.
Debugging
---------
You can use --enable-debug with the configure script, if you want to have
debug code in your KDE apps and libs. I recommend to do this, since this
is alpha software and this makes debugging things a whole lot easier.
More Info
---------
Have a look at the individual subdirectories, if you want to know, what
versions of apps are included.
Please direct any bug reports to our bug list by visiting
http://bugs.kde.org.
General KDE discussions should go to the KDE mailing list (kde@kde.org).

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edu_folder = $(kde_appsdir)/Edutainment
install-data-local:
$(mkinstalldirs) $(DESTDIR)$(edu_folder)/Languages
$(INSTALL_DATA) $(srcdir)/languages.desktop $(DESTDIR)$(edu_folder)/Languages/.directory
$(mkinstalldirs) $(DESTDIR)$(edu_folder)/Mathematics
$(INSTALL_DATA) $(srcdir)/mathematics.desktop $(DESTDIR)$(edu_folder)/Mathematics/.directory
$(mkinstalldirs) $(DESTDIR)$(edu_folder)/Science
$(INSTALL_DATA) $(srcdir)/science.desktop $(DESTDIR)$(edu_folder)/Science/.directory
$(mkinstalldirs) $(DESTDIR)$(edu_folder)/Tools
$(INSTALL_DATA) $(srcdir)/tools.desktop $(DESTDIR)$(edu_folder)/Tools/.directory
$(mkinstalldirs) $(DESTDIR)$(edu_folder)/Miscellaneous
$(INSTALL_DATA) $(srcdir)/miscellaneous.desktop $(DESTDIR)$(edu_folder)/Miscellaneous/.directory
uninstall-local:
-rm -f $(DESTDIR)$(kde_appsdir)/Settings/Databases/.directory
-rm -f $(DESTDIR)$(edu_folder)/Languages/.directory
-rm -f $(DESTDIR)$(edu_folder)/Mathematics/.directory
-rm -f $(DESTDIR)$(edu_folder)/Sience/.directory
-rm -f $(DESTDIR)$(edu_folder)/Tools/.directory
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[Desktop Entry]
Icon=edu_languages
Name=Languages
Name[af]=Tale
Name[ar]=اللغات
Name[be]=Мовы
Name[bg]=Езици
Name[bn]=ভাষা
Name[br]=Yezhoù
Name[bs]=Jezici
Name[ca]=Idiomes
Name[cs]=Jazyky
Name[csb]=Jãzëczi
Name[cy]=Ieithoedd
Name[da]=Sprog
Name[de]=Sprachen
Name[el]=Γλώσσες
Name[eo]=Lingvoj
Name[es]=Idiomas
Name[et]=Keeled
Name[eu]=Hizkuntzak
Name[fa]=زبانها
Name[fi]=Kielet
Name[fo]=Mál
Name[fr]=Langues
Name[ga]=Teangacha
Name[gl]=Linguas
Name[he]=שפות
Name[hi]=भाषाएँ
Name[hr]=Jezici
Name[hu]=Nyelvek
Name[is]=Tungumál
Name[it]=Lingue
Name[ja]=言語
Name[ka]=ენები
Name[km]=ភាសា
Name[lt]=Kalbos
Name[lv]=Valodas
Name[mk]=Јазици
Name[mn]=Хэл
Name[ms]=Bahasa
Name[nb]=Språk
Name[nds]=Spraken
Name[ne]=भाषा
Name[nl]=Talen
Name[nn]=Språk
Name[nso]=Maleme
Name[pa]=ਭਾਸ਼ਾਵਾਂ
Name[pl]=Języki
Name[pt]=Línguas
Name[pt_BR]=Idiomas
Name[ru]=Языки
Name[se]=Gielat
Name[sk]=Jazyky
Name[sl]=Jeziki
Name[sr]=Језици
Name[sr@Latn]=Jezici
Name[sv]=Språk
Name[ta]=மொழிகள்
Name[tg]=Забонҳо
Name[tr]=Diller
Name[uk]=Мови
Name[uz]=Tillar
Name[uz@cyrillic]=Тиллар
Name[ven]=Dzinyambo
Name[vi]=Ngôn ngữ
Name[xh]=Iilwimi
Name[zh_CN]=语言
Name[zh_TW]=語言
Name[zu]=Izilimi

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[Desktop Entry]
Icon=edu_mathematics
Name=Mathematics
Name[af]=Wiskunde
Name[ar]=رياضيات
Name[be]=Матэматыка
Name[bg]=Математика
Name[bn]=গণিত
Name[br]=Jedoniel
Name[bs]=Matematika
Name[ca]=Matemàtiques
Name[cs]=Matematika
Name[csb]=Matematika
Name[cy]=Mathemateg
Name[da]=Matematik
Name[de]=Mathematik
Name[el]=Μαθηματικά
Name[eo]=Matematiko
Name[es]=Matemáticas
Name[et]=Matemaatika
Name[eu]=Matematikak
Name[fa]=ریاضیات
Name[fi]=Matematiikka
Name[fo]=Støddfrøði
Name[fr]=Mathématiques
Name[ga]=Matamaitic
Name[gl]=Matemáticas
Name[he]=מתמטיקה
Name[hi]=गणित
Name[hr]=Matematika
Name[hu]=Matematika
Name[is]=Stærðfræði
Name[it]=Matematica
Name[ja]=数学
Name[ka]=მათემატიკა
Name[km]=គណិតវិទ្យា
Name[lt]=Matematika
Name[lv]=Matemātika
Name[mk]=Математика
Name[mn]=Математикийн
Name[ms]=Matematik
Name[nb]=Matematikk
Name[nds]=Reken
Name[ne]=गणित
Name[nl]=Wiskunde
Name[nn]=Matematikk
Name[nso]=Dipalontshetshere
Name[pa]=ਗਣਿਤ
Name[pl]=Matematyka
Name[pt]=Matemática
Name[pt_BR]=Matemática
Name[ru]=Математика
Name[se]=Matematihkka
Name[sk]=Matematika
Name[sl]=Matematika
Name[sr]=Математика
Name[sr@Latn]=Matematika
Name[sv]=Matematik
Name[ta]=கணிதம்
Name[tg]=Математика
Name[tr]=Matematik
Name[uk]=Математика
Name[uz]=Matematika
Name[uz@cyrillic]=Математика
Name[ven]=Zwa dzimbalo
Name[vi]=Toán học
Name[xh]=Imathematika
Name[zh_CN]=数学
Name[zh_TW]=數學
Name[zu]=Ezezibalo

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[Desktop Entry]
Icon=edu_miscellaneous
Name=Miscellaneous
Name[af]=Allerande
Name[ar]=منوعات
Name[be]=Рознае
Name[bg]=Разни
Name[bn]=বিবিধ
Name[br]=A bep seurt
Name[bs]=Razno
Name[ca]=Diversos
Name[cs]=Různé
Name[csb]=Jine
Name[cy]=Amrywiol
Name[da]=Diverse
Name[de]=Verschiedenes
Name[el]=Διάφορα
Name[eo]=Diversoj
Name[es]=Varios
Name[et]=Mitmesugust
Name[eu]=Miszelanea
Name[fa]=گوناگون
Name[fi]=Sekalainen
Name[fr]=Divers
Name[ga]=Éagsúil
Name[gl]=Varios
Name[he]=שונות
Name[hi]=विविध
Name[hr]=Razno
Name[hu]=Egyéb
Name[is]=Ýmislegt
Name[it]=Varie
Name[ja]=その他
Name[ka]=სხვადასხვა
Name[km]=ផ្សេងៗ
Name[lt]=Įvairūs dalykai
Name[lv]=Dažādi
Name[mk]=Разно
Name[ms]=Pelbagai
Name[nb]=Diverse
Name[nds]=Anner Saken
Name[ne]=विविध
Name[nl]=Diversen
Name[nn]=Ymse
Name[pa]=ਫੁਟਕਲ
Name[pl]=Różne
Name[pt]=Vários
Name[pt_BR]=Variados
Name[ro]=Diverse
Name[ru]=Разное
Name[se]=Feará mii
Name[sk]=Rôzne
Name[sl]=Razno
Name[sr]=Разно
Name[sr@Latn]=Razno
Name[sv]=Diverse
Name[ta]=இதர தேர்வுகள்
Name[tg]=Гуногун
Name[tr]=Çeşitli
Name[uk]=Різне
Name[uz]=Har xil
Name[uz@cyrillic]=Ҳар хил
Name[vi]=Linh tinh
Name[zh_CN]=杂项
Name[zh_TW]=雜項

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[Desktop Entry]
Icon=edu_science
Name=Science
Name[af]=Wetenskap
Name[ar]=العلم
Name[az]=Elm
Name[be]=Навука
Name[bg]=Наука
Name[bn]=বিজ্ঞান
Name[br]=Skiantoù
Name[bs]=Nauka
Name[ca]=Ciència
Name[cs]=Věda
Name[csb]=Ùczba
Name[cy]=Gwyddoniaeth
Name[da]=Videnskab
Name[de]=Wissenschaft
Name[el]=Επιστήμη
Name[eo]=Sciencumoj
Name[es]=Ciencia
Name[et]=Loodusteadused
Name[eu]=Zientzia
Name[fa]=علم
Name[fi]=Luonnontieteet
Name[fo]=Náttúruvísind
Name[ga]=Eolaíocht
Name[gl]=Ciencia
Name[he]=מדע
Name[hi]=विज्ञान
Name[hr]=Znanost
Name[hu]=Tudományok
Name[is]=Vísindi
Name[it]=Scienza
Name[ja]=サイエンス
Name[ka]=მეცნიერება
Name[km]=វិទ្យាសាស្ត្រ
Name[lt]=Mokslas
Name[lv]=Zinātne
Name[mk]=Наука
Name[mn]=Шинжлэх Ухааны
Name[ms]=Sains
Name[nb]=Vitenskap
Name[nds]=Wetenschap
Name[ne]=विज्ञान
Name[nl]=Wetenschappelijk
Name[nn]=Vitskap
Name[nso]=Mahlale
Name[pa]=ਵਿਗਿਆਨ
Name[pl]=Nauka
Name[pt]=Ciência
Name[pt_BR]=Ciências
Name[ro]=Ştiinţă
Name[ru]=Другие науки
Name[se]=Dieđa
Name[sk]=Vedecký
Name[sl]=Znanost
Name[sr]=Наука
Name[sr@Latn]=Nauka
Name[sv]=Vetenskap
Name[ta]=அறிவியல்
Name[tg]=Фан
Name[tr]=Bilim
Name[uk]=Наука
Name[uz]=Fan
Name[uz@cyrillic]=Фан
Name[ven]=Vhutsila
Name[vi]=Khoa học
Name[xh]=Inzulu lwazi
Name[zh_CN]=科学
Name[zh_TW]=科學
Name[zu]=Ubuchwepheshe bezesayensi

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[Desktop Entry]
Icon=package
Name=Teaching Tools
Name[af]=Onderrrighulpmiddels
Name[ar]=أدوات تعليمية
Name[be]=Прылады для навучання
Name[bg]=Обучение
Name[bn]=শিক্ষা সহায়িকা
Name[br]=Ostilhoù deskiñ
Name[bs]=Alati za podučavanje
Name[ca]=Eines d'ensenyança
Name[cs]=Výukové nástroje
Name[csb]=Nôrzãdza do ùczbë
Name[cy]=Offer Dysgu
Name[da]=Undervisningsværktøj
Name[de]=Lehrmittel
Name[el]=Εργαλεία εκμάθησης
Name[eo]=Instruiloj
Name[es]=Herramientas de enseñanza
Name[et]=Õppevahendid
Name[eu]=Ikasketa tresnak
Name[fa]=ابزارهای آموزش
Name[fi]=Opetusohjelmat
Name[fo]=Undirvísingaramboð
Name[fr]=Outils d'éducation
Name[ga]=Uirlisí Múinteoireachta
Name[gl]=Ferramentas de Ensino
Name[he]=כלי לימוד
Name[hi]=शिक्षण औज़ार
Name[hr]=Nastavnički alati
Name[hu]=Oktatási eszközök
Name[is]=Kennslutól
Name[it]=Strumenti per l'insegnamento
Name[ja]=教育ツール
Name[ka]=სასწავლო პროგრამები
Name[km]=សម្ភារៈ​ឧបទេស
Name[lt]=Mokymo įrankiai
Name[lv]=Mācību Instrumenti
Name[mk]=Алатки за учење
Name[mn]=Сурганы Ухааны Хэрэглэгдэхүүн
Name[ms]=Alatan Mengajar
Name[nb]=Læremidler
Name[nds]=Lehrprogrammen
Name[ne]=पढाउने सामग्री
Name[nl]=Leshulpmiddelen
Name[nn]=Læremiddel
Name[nso]=Dibereka tsago Ruta
Name[pa]=ਪੜ੍ਹਾਉਣ ਸੰਦ
Name[pl]=Narzędzia do nauczania
Name[pt]=Ferramentas de Ensino
Name[pt_BR]=Ferramentas de Ensino
Name[ru]=Обучающие программы
Name[se]=Oahpporeaiddut
Name[sk]=Výukové nástroje
Name[sl]=Orodja za učenje
Name[sr]=Учитељски алати
Name[sr@Latn]=Učiteljski alati
Name[sv]=Inlärningsverktyg
Name[ta]=கற்பிக்கும் கருவிகள்
Name[tg]=Асбобҳои Таълимӣ
Name[tr]=Öğretim Araçları
Name[uk]=Засоби для навчання
Name[ven]=Zwishumiswa zwau funza
Name[vi]=Công cụ Giảng dạy
Name[xh]=Izixhobo Zokufundisa
Name[zh_CN]=教学工具
Name[zh_TW]=教學工具
Name[zu]=Amathuluzi Okufundisa

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Albert Astals Cid <tsdgeos AT terra DOT es>

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2005-02-16 Albert Astals Cid <tsdgeos@terra.es>
* Initial import

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SUBDIRS = src images icons sounds fonts
docsdir = $(kde_datadir)/blinken/
docs_DATA = README.packagers

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blinKen uses a special handwriting font called Steve that is in the
fonts directory to show the status text. If this font is not currently installed
on the target system, on first run blinKen uses the fonts:/ ioslave to copy it
to the user's fonts location.
This can cause problems, because if the program
is used by 100 users there will be 100 copies of the font, one for each user.
To solve that we suggest making a package with "Some Juicy Fonts"
(http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/sjfonts) that includes the Steve font
and make the blinKen package depend on it.
If you do not want/cannot do that, please make blinKen depend on
having kdebase installed as the fonts:/ ioslave is there.
- blinKen developers

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if include_ARTS
artslib = -lartskde
else
artslib =
endif
bin_PROGRAMS = blinken
INCLUDES = $(all_includes)
blinken_LDFLAGS = $(all_libraries) $(KDE_RPATH)
blinken_LDADD = $(LIB_KDEUI) $(LIB_KIO) $(artslib)
blinken_SOURCES = main.cpp blinken.cpp artsplayer.cpp blinkengame.cpp number.cpp highscoredialog.cpp counter.cpp fontutils.cpp fontchecker.cpp button.cpp settings.kcfgc
METASOURCES = AUTO
xdg_apps_DATA = blinken.desktop
kde_kcfg_DATA = blinken.kcfg
messages: rc.cpp
$(XGETTEXT) *.cpp -o $(podir)/blinken.pot

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/***************************************************************************
* Copyright (C) 2005 by Albert Astals Cid <tsdgeos@terra.es> *