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dot.KDE: Kommander Looks to Shake Up the Desktop

Jun 17, 2004, 19:45 (6 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Eric Laffoon)

"Kommander is on its way to become one of the most compelling tools in KDE. It has elements that should be very interesting to application developers, power users, newbies and companies looking at using the Linux desktop. So the answer to the question many of you may be asking, 'What is Kommander?,' really has to be answered from each perspective. A simplified technical description is that Kommander is two programs, an editor and an executor, that produce dialogs that you can execute.

"What is interesting is that they can require virtually no scripting languages to produce a result, or you can use the scripting language of your choice. Internally everything is done with DCOP. What is even more interesting is that soon Kommander will not be limited to dialogs, it is easy and fast to build programs with and the internal DCOP executes extremely fast..."

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