In KDE we have a great group of developers hacking on a variety of applications. We usually have no problems getting our software out to end users on Linux because distributions help us packaging and distributing our software. Where we do have problems, for the major applications, is ensuring our software works on other platforms such as Windows and macOS. This short guide gives a few tips to understand how to make your KDE pet project work on Windows by at least testing it once on said system and verifying a few basic things.
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