kdelibs-4.14.10p20 – KDE core libraries
This package includes libraries that are central to the development and
execution of a KDE program, as well as internationalization files for these
libraries, misc HTML documentation, theme modules, and regression tests.
Here is an alphabetical list:
Interface to the DNS-SD (Zeroconf) support.
kparts interface for text editors, mediaplayer and scripting.
The address book library.
KPart for 'kate', the KDE advanced text editor.
Personal certification manager.
KControl Module interface
Auto-Updater for config files.
This contains libraries that were part of KDE3, but have been replaced
This is the core collection of KDE stuff. Non GUI classes reside here.
The KDE daemon checks for newly installed software, update files
or hostname changes and takes according actions.
Library with pixmap effects.
The very versatile printing subsystem of KDE.
Library for password entering and handling
The main collection of misc. user interface classes (widgets).
For developers: KDE's custom widgets for Qt Designer.
Contains mostly stuff convert XML docbook files via XSLT into
human readable stuff.
The next generation HTML rendering widget designed for Konqueror. This
supports HTML 4, CSS, and a variety of other web related standards.
An all purpose extension to the qimgio class that supports various
Process launcher (kdeinit), used for fast KDE startup and to launch
Classes that fetch and decode URLs are contained here. This library also
contains "ksycoca", the system configure cache containing services,
applications, servicetypes and mimetypes.
I/O subprocesses to handle files, ftp, http, gzip and bzip2 streams.
A binding of the ECMAScript language to interface with KDE code.
Allows applications to easily download data from the Internet to add
new information to the program. e.g. wallpapers, translation packs, etc.
Handles user notifications, including sounds, logging to files, etc.
KDE component model.
KDE Resource management framework. Used for Address Book for example.
The theme engine lies within. It handles nearly anything relating to
customizing the appearance of widgets.
Client and backend to store values in encrypted files.
Contains texts of all used licenses.
Database of mime types.
Database of icons.
Tools for natural language processing, including spell and grammar check.
Includes gui widgets.
KDE porting team
Only for arches