- 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 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....
on 06/26/2013 - 17:59
Usually I don’t blog because there’s not much going on. Lately it’s been because there’s been too much things going on.
As always in communities, it’s not something somebody is doing in his corner, but some synergy coming together in a beautiful and convoluted way. Let me try to sort what I’m talking about.
- The Akademy 2013 is happening soon. It’s going to be a very interesting event, KDE is evolving in a fast pace, more than most of us realize. This year’s Akademy will be crucial to the future of the project, I wouldn’t miss it.
- This year, Akademy comes with a...