Created by Jonathan Thomas on 2008-12-30 and last modified on 2011-05-15

This is a Jockey GUI implementation as a KDE Configuration Module.

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513. By Jonathan Thomas on 2008-12-31

- Uncomment out update_tree_model being called, comment out the stuff in the actual
function that crashes (and make notes)

512. By Jonathan Thomas on 2008-12-31

* Cleanup, found a way to properly implement the abstract ui + KCModule. It sorta works

511. By Jonathan Thomas on 2008-12-31

* Some small hacks to make things show
* Disable updating the treeview to prevent crash
Jockey now populates everything not populated in the treeview update function, though
it's still totally useless... and the widget shows up as its own window because I can't
figure out how to properly make it a parent of the KCModule.

510. By Jonathan Thomas on 2008-12-30

Initial import of KCM implementation

509. By Martin Pitt on 2008-11-28

update German translations

508. By Martin Pitt on 2008-11-27

ui.py: If an activated driver has a package, label the action "Remove", not "Deactivate". (LP: #284435)

507. By Martin Pitt on 2008-11-27

jockey-gtk: Enlarge driver list if there are more than 3 available drivers. (LP: #291028)

506. By Martin Pitt on 2008-11-24

fglrx.py: Unconfigured driver defaults to ati, which already provides compositing. (LP: #285879)

505. By Martin Pitt on 2008-11-12

jockey-gtk: Fix crash if nothing is selected in the tree view after an operation. (LP: #283887)

504. By Martin Pitt on 2008-11-12

Intercept crashes of the backend (which manifest as D-BUS NoReply error), present an error message, and restart backend. (LP: #273600)

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