The first stable release of the embedded version of KDE's famous calendar and scheduling tool, KOrganizer/Embedded is available. KOrganizer/Embedded is the PDA version of KOrganizer for the Qtopia desktop. It has been developed for and tested on a Sharp Zaurus, but it should also work on other PDAs able to run Qt/Embedded.
KOrganizer/Embedded was one of the entries to the Qtopia Worldwide Developer Contest arranged by Trolltech. It has won in the category Business/Productivity applications.
KOrganizer/Embedded uses the original source code of the desktop version. That means that in principle all development done for the desktop version will also be available in the embedded version. Some features which don't make sense on a PDA are disabled, though.
KOrganizer/Embedded uses a small KDE compatibility library, microkde, which provides the KDE features required to run KOrganizer/Embedded. This means it has no additional library dependencies other than the Qt/Embedded and the Qtopia libs.
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