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KPilot

KPilot
Developer(s) KPilot developers
Operating system Unix-like
Type Personal information manager
License GPL
Website KPilot Homepage

KPilot is a KDE application intended to replace the functionality of the Palm Desktop by allowing the KDE Desktop and associated applications to communicate with a Palm device. Pilot-link is used for the connection with the device.

KPilot was featured in the first issue of Tux Magazine,[1] and has been featured as a KDE "App of the Month".[2]

There is a Google Summer of Code project to prepare KPilot for KDE 4.2.[3]

KPilot is distributed as part of the Kdepim module.

See also

References

  1. ^ Tux Magazine, project application
  2. ^ KDE App of the Month, December 2004
  3. ^ Google Summer of Code , Issue 1

External links

  • KPilot Homepage


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