Projects / SuperKaramba


SuperKaramba is a tool that allows anyone to easily create and run little interactive widgets on a KDE desktop. Widgets are defined in a simple text file and can be augmented with Python code to make them interactive. Current widgets include everything from simple news headline displays to complete custom replacements for kicker, the KDE toolbar.

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Recent releases

  •  16 Nov 2004 19:33

    Release Notes: Many new APIs and callbacks for client applications have been added. A KDE DCOP interface has been added to allow other projects to script running SuperKaramba instances. System Tray support has been enhanced. Many bugs have been fixed and the API documentation has been greatly improved.

    •  13 Jul 2004 20:44

      Release Notes: Now runs in a Systray icon, which allows you to control all running themes easily. Integrated with to allow direct access to new themes. Many bugfixes. Source code has been cleaned up.

      •  04 Sep 2003 18:31

        Release Notes: Themes can now display the KDE Systray internally. The ability to run themes only on certain virtual desktops if desired has been added. Startup and display speed have been improved. A new event-based task management API is included. The user interface has been greatly improved.

        •  19 Aug 2003 23:41

          Release Notes: A Drag-and-Drop API has been added. An external process control API has been added. Code has been cleaned, and several small bugs have been fixed.

          •  10 Jul 2003 07:25

            Release Notes: In this version, session support has been implemented. Memory leaks have been fixed. A new Python API for manipulating graphical status bars has been implemented.


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