After two more weeks of stabilizing KDevelop, we are happy to announce the availability of KDevelop 4.6.0 RC 1! If no blockers are found, this will lead to the release of 4.6.0 final in two more weeks.
As usual, you can download the source code from the KDE mirrors: http://download.kde.org/unstable/kdevelop/4.5.90/src/
The KDevelop team is pleased to announce the availability of the first beta release of KDevelop 4.6! This is a testing release and we would be happy about any feedback from early adopters. Please report any issues you find at http://bugs.kde.org.
After five months of work the KDevelop team is pleased to announce KDevelop 4.5.2. It comes packed with more than twenty bug fixes, among which are stability improvements that should benefit many users. As such, it is highly suggested to update to the new version as soon as possible.
KDevelop 4.5.2 is going to be the last patch release in the 4.5 time frame. We are already busily hacking away at KDevelop 4.6, which will come with even more bug fixes, higher stability, improved performance and better visuals and workflows. Stay tuned for the release at the end of the year!
Good news everyone!
KDevelop 4.5.1 has been released, it's still fresh for all of you to try. For those who don't know, KDevelop is an IDE for all those developers who want to integrate the tools they need for developing, in a comfortable and simple solution. We have a focus on C++ and CMake, but you can find it useful when using other languages such as PHP and Python.
Half a year after the first stable release, I'm happy to announce the release of kdev-python 1.5 today, which brings Python support to KDevelop 1.5. Together with 1.5, I release the second (and last) update for the 1.4 series which contains two backported crash fixes. Please refer to announcement on my blog for more information. Download links are in the full view of this article.
We are happy to announce that KDevelop 4.5.0 is now available. For those who don't know, KDevelop is an IDE for all those developers who want to integrate the tools they need for developing, in a comfortable and simple solution. We have a focus on C++ and CMake, but you can find it useful when using other languages such as PHP and Python.
After some delay, the is the second part of the report on the joint Kate/KDevelop development sprint that took place in Vienna from the 23rd to 29th of October this year is finally available on the dot:
It highlights the changes that took place in the KDevelop world during that week. Enjoy!
Today it seems as if our mailing list server has died. Thankfully, we where in the process of moving them over to the KDE infrastructure in conformance to the KDE manifesto.
You can find the new addresses on the mailing list site.
The KDevelop team is happy to announce the immediate availability of KDevelop 4.4. As usual, this feature release comes packed with new features, bug fixes and improved performance. New in this release is a shiny welcome screen for improved usability and an easier entry into the KDevelop world.
After quite some downtime in the last summer weeks, the KDevelop team finally has a new release in the pipelines: KDevelop 4.4.0. Today we are happy to announce the availability of the first Beta release!
This release comes packed with bug fixes and improvements as usually. A special addition to the KDevelop experience is the new welcome page, which should make it easier for newcomers to use KDevelop and improve the workflow for existing users as well. Looking at existing plugins, we note that among others, the CMake, CVS and Patch Review plugins have seen quite some improvements.
Please test this release and give us feedback to ensure a smooth 4.4 release.