Let's start with some luridness:
Now from the beginning: I got to know quite a few people in the past decade (phew, I'm such a dinosaur!) who use Kate as their editor of choice to hack on C++ code, on a daily basis. While I totally agree Kate is an
just a short heads-up that KDevelop is seeking for a new maintainer for the Ruby language support. Miquel Sabaté did an amazing job maintaining the plugin in the recent years, but would like to step down as maintainer because he's lacking time to continue looking after it.
You might have noticed there's KDevelop for Windows out now...
Which is already great in itself! But now it's also possible to install it via the super popular Windows package manager for Windows, Chocolatey.
Here's all you need (in case you already have Chocolatey installed on your system):
Almost two years after the release of KDevelop 4.7, we are happy to announce the immediate availability of KDevelop 5.0!
While the release announcement on kdevelop.org is kept short intentionally, this blog post is going more into depth, showing what's new in KDevelop 5.0.
Right now, around 40 developers are working together on bringing KDE to other platforms in Randa (Switzerland) for an entire week.
I just arrived Sunday evening, and we immediately started with discussions around KDE on different platforms. Not much coding has happened yesterday evening yet, but I at least managed
Note: These instructions apply for Ubuntu 16.04, too
Recently, I've got several mails from people desperately trying to compile KDevelop on Ubuntu-based distros. Let's give them a hand by providing them a quick start guide!
This is a brief version of what's in https://community.kde.org/Frameworks/Building
I have the pleasure to announce the releases of two new KDevelop versions:
On one hand, there is the new and shiny KDevelop 5.0 Beta 2 release, which brings us much closer to a final release. Tons of issues have been resolved, many features got polished, and even our UI cleaned up a bit here and there. And did I mention impoved OS X and Windows support? See here for more:
Besides this new beta release, which is where most of our effort went into, I am also happy to announce KDevelop 4.7.3, a new bugfix release of our latest stable KDE 4 based KDevelop. Several annoying problems are resolved now, see the announcement for more information:
Many thanks to everyone involved!
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