QMyMenu is a tray icon for *nix, with support for dynamic menus.
This is my first program using Qt, as well as my first programming contribution to the free software world. So don't really expect this to be perfect !
The main reason for making this was because of the "dynamic menus" feature from pekwm that I missed after making the switch to KDE. It was also a pretty easy program for me to start.
The program installs a sample config file, which you can use as base (~/.qmymenurc). There's two sample scripts that you can also use for dynamic menus, qmymenu-fstab and qmymenu-network).
I don't use KDE dependencies to make it more usable on other desktops. It's possible for example to replace "RunAsRoot" with "RunAsRoot = GTK" if you prefer GNOME/Xfce (for using gksu over kdesu).
How to Build:
$ cd QMyMenu
$ qmake #(from your qt4 distribution)
$ make install
· KDE 3.5.x
What's New in This Release:
· Context menu with launchers, icons, subdirs
· Dynamically-generated menus
· No icon lookup, desktop file support, I will try to get this into the next release (freedesktop XDG)