NAMEkmdr-editor - editor for the Kommander visual dialog building tool
SYNOPSISkmdr-editor [ generic-options ]
DESCRIPTIONKommander is a visual dialog building tool whose primary objective is to create as much functionality as possible without using any scripting language. More specifically, Kommander is a set of tools that allow you to create dynamic GUI dialogs that generate, based on their state, a piece of text. The piece of text can be a command line to a program, any piece of code, business documents that contain a lot of repititious or templated text and so on. The resulting generated text can then be executed as a command line program (hence the name "Kommander"), written to a file, passed to a script for extended processing, and literally anything else you can think of. The best part of it all? You aren't required to write a single line of code! This editor (kmdr-editor) allows you to lay out your entire dialog through a graphical user interface. Once a dialog has been created by the editor, it is saved as a file with extension .kmdr. The dialog that this XML file represents can then be run instantly with the executor (kmdr-executor). This application is part of the official KDE web development module.
OPTIONSFor a full summary of options, run kmdr-editor --help.
SEE ALSOextractkmdr(1), kmdr-executor(1), kmdr-plugins(1), kmdr2po(1), quanta(1). Full user documentation is available through the KDE Help Centre. You can also enter the URL help:/kommander/ directly into konqueror or you can run 'khelpcenter help:/kommander/' from the command-line. If the KDE Help Centre is not installed then you can install the package kdewebdev-doc-html and read this documentation in HTML format from /usr/share/doc/kde/HTML/en/kommander/.
AUTHORKommander was written by Marc Britton <email@example.com>, Eric Laffoon <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Michal Rudolf <email@example.com>, Andras Mantia <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Trolltech. This manual page was prepared by Ben Burton <email@example.com> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). March 25, 2005 KMDR-EDITOR(1)