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Initial import of version 0.3.2 from the source package.

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Version 0.3.2 (30. June 2003)
Almost a real KDE3 application.
Version 0.3.1 (31. January 2002)
Prerelease for KDE2 (Documentation not fully adjusted).
The "highscore"-file is no longer been created by the installation, but as
soon as the hall of fame has been entered. The path (directory/filename)
could be specified in the configfile. If the systemwide "highscore"-file is not
writable, a private file in the home-directory of the user is used and a
corresponding message is shown.
Version 0.3.0 (June 2000, not released)
Ms.Pacman mode implemented (mighty modification) !
Automatic Pause/Continue in Back/Foreground, for Kevin Forge (he has the
idea for Ms.Pacman too) integrated. This options can be changed using the
menu.
Portuguese translation by Sérgio Fernandes.
Animation of the energizers und blinking of active player ("1UP") added.
Flickering during editing the hall of fame by changing the focus removed
(FocusEvents).
The mousecursor could be hidden/shown while over the playground, thru the
menubar.
The boardlayout (map) could be placed in external textfiles and selected thru
the configfile (kpacmanrc) if needed.
Duplicate pixmaps removed. Because all pixmapfiles could be specified thru
the configfile now, pixmaps could be placed in foreign (scheme)-directories
(EyesPixmapName=../tiny/eyes.xpm), or have different names (e.g.:
LevelPixmapName=fruit.xpm).
After eating the last dot, the first pixmap of the last/current direction is
shown. The initial pixmap of the north/up-direction was displayed so far.
Version 0.2.6 (December 11th, 1999)
Swedish translation of some text (unfortunately incomplete) by Johne.
By the use of special charaters (umlauts) in the swedish version, the whole
font-handling had to be rearranged.
The fonts contains (nearly) the full ISO-Latin1 characterset (no lowercase
characters).
Alignment functions built into the display routines.
No further use of xbm-fonts, therefore pbm-files were used as fonts (they
need less space, even they contains much more characters).
All textelements added to the localisation (i18n). So strings like "GAME
OVER" or "READY!" could be translated into any language.
The documentation and programm now contains my brandnew
email-address.
Version 0.2.5 (June 20th, 1999)
Displaying of the hall of fame changed, hopefully this fix some rare bugs.
Use lower/raise- instead of former used hide/show-functions to switch
display.
The file used for HighScore storage, will be set to worldwriteable (chmod
666) during installation. Thru this "normal" users could store their highscores
permanently.
Levels entended upto 13 (LevelPixmaps, Score), by the higher scores, the
fonts (for displaying the scored points) had to be extended too. The scores
could be variable (in the range from 10 to 9000, only the leading digit can be
not 0. exception 1600 ) now. The pixmap for the score could be larger than
the actual figure itself.
Because there is not enough room to show 13 levelsymbols in the statusline,
the position of the symbol can be specified by the LevelPosition value(s).
The default-Speed of the monsters kept constant althrough higher levels,
requested by Gerald Williams.
Update-routines (display) optimized.
The documentation and programm now contains my new email-address.
Version 0.2.4 (January 26th, 1999 - today linux v2.2 was released)
Added the hall of fame to store the highscores. For this, the structure of the
bitfonts was extented to contain furthermore characters, the
special-characters (small scores during the game) moved to the
control-character-region and the fonthandling was enhanced (FontFirstChar
and FontLastChar can be stored in the Configfile).
The size of the labels in the "Change Keys..."-dialog were set manually,
cause the autoResize-function in the qt-libs didn't work correctly in all
versions.
The menuitems are more sensitive to the actual availiable functions
(disabled/enabled and checked).
Now, also in the "MIDWAY (large)"-scheme the smoother font-smooth.xbm
font is used by default.
The files for the internationalization moved to represent the new standard
locations.
Version 0.2.3a (January 15th, 1999)
Keyboard-routines changed to be compatible with the KDE 1.1 libraries
(compiles with 1.0 and 1.1).
A small bug fixed in kpacman.cpp (CHECK_PTR( menuBar )).
Version 0.2.3 (September 12th, 1998)
Slowed down the movement of the monsters in the prison, and fixed a bug
that kept the monsters moving slowly after the "harmless"-phase of the
monsters.
Added a new font "font-smooth" and smoothed the pixmap "wall.xpm" for the
Zacman-scheme.
Enhanced configuration of all timing-parameters using the configuration file.
Changed Help-function (kapp->getHelpMenu) to reflect the KDE-Standard.
Improved the documentation (Many thanks to Andreas Pour).
Version 0.2.2 (August 24th, 1998)
Localized the sources and added a German translation of the
documentation.
Fixed bug so pixmaps and bitfonts could located correctly after using the
"Change keys..."-dialog.
Changed the location of the files (sources, pixmaps, docs etc.) to reflect the
recommeded structure of kapptemplate v0.1.
Version 0.2.1 (August 18th, 1998)
Improved the timing (it's not perfect yet), and I hope Andreas Pour will have
more fun testing the next version.
Increased flexibility in handling the pixmaps.
Version 0.2.0 (August 13th, 1998)
Added (preliminary) graphic scheme support.
Version 0.1.1 (August 8th, 1998)
First public release.

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Basic Installation
==================
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- add some sounds (for Bernd Johannes Wuebben ;-)
- ability to change most (if not all) timing parameters without compilation
(using KConfig and/or commandline)
- smoother movement of figures (Sprites? or reassemble timercontrol)
- learn english and rewrite the code (or learn C/C++)
- two (or more) players
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- Mehrfach vorhandene Funktionen in eine separate Bibliothek (.cpp, .h) legen
- Point (wegen Schlüsselwort groß geschrieben) durch "dot" ersetzen
- class Figure (event. ActiveFigure) anlegen und Figuren davon ableiten
- Keys (oder andere Steuerungsmöglichkeiten) nur einmal definieren
- Fehlermeldungen führen zu Crashes, da kein Parent bzw. Widget verfügbar ist.
- 3D Ansicht ähnlich imaze
- Dokumentation (siehe dsite) anpassen. Screenshots etc.

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2002-10-03 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* made config.h.bot obsolete
2002-04-26 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in removed bogus message
2001-11-07 Walter Tasin <tasin@kdevelop.org>
* now #MIN_CONFIG tag takes parameters for KDE_USE_QT, too.
e.g. #MIN_CONFIG(2.2) for qt 2.2 usage
2000-11-30 David Faure <faure@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: Added kde_moduledir which points to $prefix/lib/kde2/
2000-07-24 Alex Zepeda <jazepeda@pacbell.net>
* acinclude.m4.in: Remove the test for malloc.h
2000-04-05 Michael Matz <matz@ifh.de>
* config.pl : added kludge for compiling regexp's even if
perl < 5.005 is installed
* conf.change.pl : added support for autoconf 2.14.1
2000-03-27 David Faure <faure@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in, Makefile.common: changed inst-apps semantics
If present, only the subdirs it lists will be configured and compiled.
If absent, then subdirs is used (and inst-apps isn't generated anymore)
2000-03-22 David Faure <faure@kde.org>
* am_edit: Added support for KDE_ICON = AUTO
2000-03-18 David Faure <faure@kde.org>
* Makefile.common: Rewrote the list-of-Makefiles generation to make it
simpler and nicer, using create_makefiles' way of doing it.
Added support for COMPILE_LAST and COMPILE_FIRST in toplevel Makefile.am
2000-01-05 David Faure <faure@kde.org>
* Makefile.common: hacked around autoconf bug (setting INSTALL to ".."
when calling a subconfigure and INSTALL is already set).
1999-12-15 Waldo Bastian <bastian@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: Test whether Qt compiles AND LINKS without flags.
1999-06-24 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* am_edit: generate correct Makefile entries for kde-i18n toplevel directories
* am_edit:
1999-06-14 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* am_edit: remove idl generated files on make clean
1999-06-09 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* am_edit: skipping programs with variables in sources for final
1999-06-07 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* am_edit: added support for idl files
1999-06-02 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* Makefile.common: preserve comments in .pot files to make it
possible for programmers and translators to comment them
1999-06-02 Simon Hausmann <hausmann@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: added kde_servicetypesdir
1999-06-02 David Faure <faure@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: removed LIB_KFM and LIB_KDEUTIL aliases
1999-05-28 Simon Hausmann <hausmann@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: added kde_servicesdir
1999-05-27 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* am_edit: lots of changes for better support of --enable-final
1999-05-22 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: added support for --with-dmalloc
1999-05-19 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: added support for --enable-final
* am_edit: added support for --enable-final
1999-05-06 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: change the meaning of --disable-debug
1999-05-04 Helge Deller <deller@gmx.de>
* acinclude.m4.in: the test for the X-includes/directories failed,
when compile & link work without special directories (as on HP-UX).
1999-04-20 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* am_edit: adding DESTDIR replacement for rm and uninstall-local
too. Seems very useless, but makes testing for uninstall easier
1999-04-01 David Faure <faure@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: Added -lkfile to $(LIB_KIO)
1999-03-30 David Faure <faure@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: Added AC_CHECK_KDEMAXPATHLEN, which defines KDEMAXPATHLEN.
1999-03-29 David Faure <faure@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: added LIB_X11 to XPMLIB and GLLIB, because
on SCO, they need it _after_ themselves.
1999-03-28 David Faure <faure@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: added LIB_KFM to LIB_KAB alias
1999-03-26 David Faure <faure@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: made LIB_KFILE use LIB_KIO instead of LIB_KFM
added LIB_KFORMULA
1999-03-20 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: check for libXext - for Russel :)
1999-03-16 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* acinclud3.m4.in: extend the MICO test with a list of possible
places where to find CORBA.h
1999-03-15 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: move $QTINC and $QTLIB in search path
1999-03-14 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* am_edit: install-root is obsolute. Use DESTDIR always
1999-03-03 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: fixing a bug, that $QTDIR was taken before --with-qt*
* acinclude.m4.in: added KDE_USE_QT, that you can choose if to
use QT 2.0 or KDE 1.0
* Makefile.common: added target package-merge
* am_edit: many fixes to the POFILES handeling of am_edit
1999-03-02 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: first look at libjpeg6b (from kdesupport) then
for libjpeg
* config.*, libtool.*: update to the latest FSF tools
1999-02-23 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: error when Sparc CC is used. Better use it in
configure and tell him the story then letting him find it while
compiling
* acinclude.m4.in: adding KDE_CHECK_EXTRA_LIBS to all possible tests,
so that --with-extra-includes is used when needed.
* acinclude.m4.in: configure looks for giflib30, so it should say so
* acinclude.m4.in: don't overwrite x include parameters. Patch by
Ari Lemmke <ari.lemmke@regex.fi> (bug report 741)
1999-02-20 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: fixing KDE_CHECK_PATHS for rechecking. In case
of defaults (kdelibs) configure didn't cache the results
1999-02-18 David Faure <faure@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: added AC_CHECK_S_ISSOCK, to fix #706.
1999-02-17 David Faure <faure@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: added AC_CHECK_RANDOM, just like
AC_CHECK_USLEEP, to enable the fake if necessary.
1999-02-13 Kurt Granroth <granroth@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: look for QT-2.0
1999-02-05 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: in macro KDE_FIND_PATH treat user given dirs
and $PATH dirs the same. Added seperate test for to find binary
($5) to replace findperl
1999-01-28 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* automoc: added patch by jbb to be a little bit more precise about
the number of sourcefiles that include the moc file if it's != 1.
Besides that automoc will fail with exit code, so the Makefile.cvs
process does stop in case a problem accoured.
* automoc: don't hardcode header suffix, but allow *.h, *.hh and *.H
1999-01-27 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* acinclude.m4.in: try qobjcoll.h and qapplication.h before saying
OK to qt headers. (I could kill SuSE for splitting into qt-dev
and qt-compat)
1991-01-23 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* automoc: added fixes by JB <jb.nz@writeme.com>
1999-01-21 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* automoc: added --help and --path (for use in dist-hook)
1999-01-20 Alex Zepeda <garbanzo@hooked.net>
* ltconfig: added entries for FreeBSD 4.x
1999-01-19 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* automoc: added a distclean-metasources target which deletes all
moc files and let distclean depend on it
1999-01-18 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>
* automoc: several fixes (ignore comment lines + join lines
with \ )
* automoc: support META_INCLUDES in case the header files are
not in the same dir as the sources.
1999-01-17 Stephan Kulow <coolo@kde.org>