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Quanta Plus

   3.5.6  

KDE Development Environment

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Minimum required   KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  19079
Submitted:  Jan 15 2004
Updated:  Jan 26 2007

Description:

The latest stable release of Quanta Plus and other useful programs for web developing, including Kommander, KImageMapEditor, KXSLDbg, KFileReplace, KLinkStatus, gathered under the name of KDEWebDev - KDE Web Development.

This was released as part of KDE 3.5.6.




Changelog:

The release contains fixes in Quanta Plus.
Bugfixes:
- show Find in Files menu if KFileReplace is installed. Fixes bug 132530.
- fix various crashes in the debugger. Fixes bug 137483.
- fix crash when editing a CSS area
- use the correct encoding in the file dialogs. Fixes bug 138343.
- don't lose upload profile settings in certain cases
- fix symlink handling in Project Rescan, New Project adding files/folders. Fixes bug 138107.
- do not set the current project mark to a project that could not be opened. Fixes bug 137186.
- allow closing of an untitled editor tab when an image is previewed inside. Fixes bug 134534.
- fix problems with the automatic backup system




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 OMFG

 
 by ZennouRyuu on: Jan 16 2004
 
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I never thought I would have the privelage to say this, but Quanta has actually become MORE sexy than it already was!! And oh yeah the new features are kicking much ass too. My hat is off to Eric Laffoon(sp?) and the rest of the Quanta team, you guys, and people like you in the OSS community are what is going to make Linux and KDE the #1 choice for a desktop/workstation in the not too distant future. Please keep up the fantastic work guys.


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 Re: OMFG

 
 by sequitur on: May 8 2004
 
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Hey you spelled my name right! ;) BTW KDE has been my number one desktop choice for years. When you see what we do next with Kommander you'll understand. Wait until you see what we do next. Quanta is just reaching the point to be a suitable launch platform for the really fun stuff. It's also the next desktop killer app, along with Kommander.


Eric Laffoon
Quanta Plus team leader

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 Quanta is very slow

 
 by chrsen on: Feb 21 2004
 
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When loading larger files in Quanta the editor becomes very slow. Is there anyway I can fix or awoid that ( besides from stop loading big files :)

The problem is for files of more than 500 lines of code.

Quanta has been my favorite editor for almost 3 years now - you are doing a very good job - thanks a lot.

/Christian - major StarTrek fan :D


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 Re: Quanta is very slow

 
 by asdex on: Apr 3 2004
 
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Just use Quanta-plus 3.2.1 or CVS Version (KDE_3_2_BRANCH)

Quanta 3.2.0 was unusable for php projects


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 Re: Re: Quanta is ve

 
 by sequitur on: May 8 2004
 
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There is no reason to recommend 3.2.1 or CVS. 3.2.2 is current stable release and 3.3-BE2 is very stable and much nicer. That's what's posted here. Please try it.


Eric Laffoon
Quanta Plus team leader

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 3.2 BE

 
 by philippecmartin on: Apr 21 2004
 
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I am amazed with this release. I'm actually moving back to kde (I use too many kde apps) from gnome (although I still like G. better) and will put bluefish aside so I can test this version further.

I love the code folding and the fact that various languages (ex: PHP, JS, HTML) are recognized is the same page. The structure look is awesome

I feel like crying ;-)

This is great - makes us developers feel real tiny and humble!

Regards.


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 Screenshos please

 
 by Sebien on: May 7 2004
 
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Could we have larger screenshots ?
Those ones are so tiny...
And the Quanta site do not provite screenshots of this release and not with the WYSIWYG pan.

Indeed you really do a very good job !
I love Quanta.

Especially the ability to assign shortcuts for custom codes / tags !
It's even faster to do HTML pages with Quanta than with all other WYSIWYG programs (on all OS) : Ctrl+Alt+S and the selected text is now inside a tags : very powerful.
Even if it still some bugs (not tested yet the current release) !!

Great continuations.


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 Re: Screenshos please

 
 by amantia on: May 7 2004
 
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Quanta 3.3 Bleeding Edge Release 2 screenshots:

http://quanta.sourceforge.net/main2.php?snapfile=snap04

They were up when the release was announced and are quite large ones.


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 KDevelop

 
 by rgfree on: Jun 12 2004
 
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I've been a long time Quanta user but
recently use KDevelop and quite like
it for web editing.
Quanta has become increasingly slow
and unstable with recent releases.
And a crash while doing ordinary
text editing is just unacceptable
and highly annoying.
This is because of all the new
VPL stuff I suppose. That does not
mean that it's generally a bad idea
to implement this - but if you
don't need it you are probably
better off with a different editor
for the time being.
I don't need a Dreamweaver-like
app because I'm using just the plain text editing stuff. The only thing I'm
missing in KDevelop is auto-completion
for PHP variables and PHP syntax hints. But KDevelop has got a
decent file browser which is much
more important IMHO.
I absolutely hate that tree view and project management is useless if not everyone in your company uses Quanta.


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 Re: KDevelop

 
 by amantia on: Jun 12 2004
 
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Actually you are (partially) wrong regarding the VPL. Some instability was caused by VPL related development. That is supposed to be fixed in 3.2.3 and 3.3Alpha1. I can say that the majority of the crash reports for Quanta during the last two months had the same cause.
Speed problems came from the rewritten parser which analyzed the document in detail and enables many functionality that makes Quanta Quanta, including autocompletion, tag editing, problem reporting, etc. But speed problems should be also fixed by now, at least in 99% of the cases it should be fast enough. Unfortunately while solving the speed problems some instability came in, but it slowly disappears.
So I agree that crashing while simply typing is not nice at all, but it doesn't mean that Quanta will stay in this form. I'm trying to make in very stable, especially for the 3.3 release.
Regarding the file tree: the file tree is fine for the majority of the users, but we have a wish for another type of tree. We just need someone to implement it, as it's not a top priority. Until that you can use e.g Konqueror, configure Quanta to run in unique mode and than when you click on a file on Konqueror, it will open it in the running Quanta instance. But I don't think it's useless if others are not using Quanta at your company,
Regarding the project handling: what you say is true for almost every IDE. It makes the most sense if everyone is using Quanta, but I can imagine that it would work in a mixed environment as well.


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 Good - but not for m

 
 by terra on: Jun 19 2004
 
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I actually really liked your HTML-Editor as a HTML-Beginner - but right now I don't use it anymore. With the higher version numbers it has also decreased speed - it doesn't really manage tall files well.
Also I like coding HTML completely by hand much more than with those featuresy you built in - the only thing I find usefull is the syntax highlighting and maybe the automatical preview. I actually prefer using kwrite for writing HTML and PHP.
But anyway you did a great work - I would never be able to create such a program! And Just because Iam too stupid to use it the right way it doesn't mean that it is bad - I really like it though I'm not using it and I would recommend it to everyone - especially to newbies in HTML!
And one last thing: Your WYSIWYG-Component is much better than the one of Mozilla and Netscape (so than Gecko I guess).


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