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Pedro Romero
Flame / Twin Peaks Saver

Screensavers by cronel 13 comments

I did use KDevelop. None of the templates is very helpful, so just start with a "KDE mini" project and remove all code. Then you have to link with the kscreensaver lib. That provides a main() and the KScreenSaver class that you have to derive from. You have to define a few extern "C" symbols, one of which returns your KScreenSaver derived class, which is what does all the work. This is very easy to see in any screensaver code. - Jan 22 2003
Flame / Twin Peaks Saver

Screensavers by cronel 13 comments

What version of gcc do you have? It might be that it's too old. Either that or you don't have it, but
that would be extremely weird. Just do

% gcc --version

If it says error, then you don't have it. If not it should print the version.
- Dec 24 2002
Flame / Twin Peaks Saver

Screensavers by cronel 13 comments

It's GPL, have a blast... The only thing: if you manage to speed it up, let me know.
- Dec 21 2002