Today, the first build of my open source app, KWebtTest rolled out.
Once it is stable, we'll be putting it up for download.
Meanwhile, I've simply fallen into love with VMWare in particular and virtualization in general.
Although i've been given a pretty whizz-bang laptop here, running the boring RHEL4 on it wasn't a joy
That's where Ubuntu and VMWare stepped in.
Running virtual machines (on a server :p) from my laptop is just too coool.
It also allows me to build on RHEL and SLES (the target platforms) with great ease.
Here's a screenshot of KWebTest getting built on my machine.(along with the modified KHTML)
ssh -X and VMWare, i love you.
KWebTest is my first major open source app (major by my standards ~3K lines of KDELibs/Qt cpp code)
I encountered two bugs in KHTML while going through the code.(see my last post)
Me, being me, obviously thought that there was something wrong with my code (or is it kode) first.
Later on , i came to know that they were bugs in KHTML.
Thanks to OffEagle, he saved me countless hours of work there.
I finally managed to fix the bugs. Infact, KWebTest is rolling out with the modified (newer!) version of kdelibs/khtml
As for my goal of being committer before KDE4 rolles out, I think it's well on track.