- is a free, open source IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for Linux, Solaris, FreeBSD,
Max OS X and other Unix flavors.
It is a feature-full, plugin extensible IDE for C/C++ and other programming languages.
It is based on KDevPlatform, and the KDE and Qt libraries and is under development since 1998.
- is a free, open source set of libraries that can be used as a foundation for IDE-like programs.
It is programing-language independent, and is planned to be used by programs like: KDevelop, Quanta, Kile, KTechLab ... etc.
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on 12/09/2013 - 19:30
Holy moly yet another KDevelop release - but this time a big one! Go and get 4.6.0 while it’s fresh and read the full announcement on the KDevelop website:
on 11/19/2013 - 16:07
since some people asked me: The slides to my extended Apps on Speed talk from this year’s Qt DevDays Berlin are available for download. If you are interested, get them here: http://devdays.kdab.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/qt-dd-2013-apps-on-sp…
I hope you liked that talk. I certainly had fun presenting it and discussing the contents with various attendees later on. I have now quite some ideas on how to extend the talk even further.
The slides of the other presentations are...
on 11/11/2013 - 16:16
I just announced KDevelop 4.6 Beta 1 on the KDevelop website. Go read the announcement and test the hell out of this release :) I’m pretty confident that its already a very solid release though!
Cheers, happy hacking!
on 10/31/2013 - 15:04
KDevelop 4.5.2 is finally released! Go see the announcement on our website for more info: http://kdevelop.org/45/kdevelop-452-available
Note that this release contains some serious crash fixes, so update asap, i.e. as soon as your packagers get to it :)
Enjoy and thanks to all contributors! Looking forward to KDevelop 4.6 already!
on 09/02/2013 - 23:24
Today, after a bit more than a month since I started working on it, I merged the projectfilter branches into KDevplatform/KDevelop. This is a generic configuration interface and library which allows users to customize which folders/files KDevelop includes in a project.How to use it Context Menu
The simplest way to use the new code to exclude items from a project, is to use the context menu. Simply right click on any folder/file (not the project root, or anything target related) and choose the “exclude item from project” action. This will then add a filter for the selected item(s). If you want to undo this, go to the project configuration (see below) and remove the filter....
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