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KDevelop

   4.2.0  

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Link:  http://www.kdevelop.org/
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  20454
Submitted:  Jan 16 2004
Updated:  Jan 26 2011

Description:

KDevelop is a plugin based IDE that currently supports C++ and PHP, different build tools, integrated documentation formats, integrated revision control systems and dozens of other neat tools. All these are plugins and there are plenty examples on how to add your own plugins.

It should also compile on Mac OSX (PowerPC), MS Windows and Solaris, but these platforms are sadly unmaintained. Help welcome!

Build tools: CMake, custom makefiles, generic scripts. (Experimental: QMake, Autotools, ...)

Integrated Documentation: QtHelp, CMake, PHP.net

Revision Control Systems: CVS, Git (KDev 4.1), SVN, (Experimental: Mercurial)

Development Support with code completion, as-you-type-reports, context browsing etc. pp:
- Anything in C++/C , e.g.: Qt, gtk, wxWindows, superwabba, GBA, ...
- Anything in PHP.

"Simple" language support for tons of other languages with the feature set found in Kate.

Other plugins: console, debugger (gdb), find-in-files, classviewer, snippets, external scripts, ...

For features, screenshots and other goodies, visit the website.




Changelog:

January 26th 2011 - Release of KDevelop 4.2.0
January 14th 2011 - Release of KDevelop 4.1.2
November 28th 2010 - Release of KDevelop 4.1.0
October 25st 2010 - Release of KDevelop 4.1
May 1st 2010 - Release of KDevelop 4.0



License:
The core libraries of KDevelop are LGPL and some are BSD, the plugins are usualy GPL.

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 gui designer

 
 by Mohasr on: Jul 26 2004
 
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any screenshots of how the new designer looks into kdevelop?


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 Re: gui designer

 
 by amilcar on: Aug 2 2004
 
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Here you go:

http://www.kdevelop.org/index.html?filename=HEAD/screenshots1.html


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 Re: gui designer

 
 by iceman on: Aug 24 2004
 
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I'm really exited about this feature. Was wondering if someone could write a small tutorial of how to develop using the embedded KDevDesigner, how it handles subclassing, slots, etc. Also what does the roadmap look like interms of RAD? I still believe that RAD is key to getting KDE and KDevelop into mainstream. If you guys could do it aswell as Borland have done with Kylix/Delphi (gee, mabye with Borland help! consider opening Kylix since you've abandoned it )

I've seen what Gambas and HBasic have done, and its pretty impresive! Just wishing for something like that for C++ development.

Lastly, how is the Qt Designer 4 looking, is that going to be merged into KDevelop or the KFormDesigner from Kexi?

BTW: Thanx for the best IDE on UNIX and Windows! (Cygwin) You guys ROCK!


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 Re: Re: gui designer

 
 by amilcar on: Aug 24 2004
 
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Check the website regularly once we have such a tutorial we will post it there.


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 crashes

 
 by mikemcginn on: Aug 10 2004
 
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total crap. Crashes 9 out of 10 times. Skip this for a few months until they fic this hunk of junk.

Shame, would have enjoyed using it.


Mike McGinn
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 Re: crashes

 
 by teatime on: Aug 13 2004
 
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Bugreport numbers, please?

It hardly ever crash on my machine, and when it does I tend to fix it.

I can't fix crashes I don't know about and neither can any of the other devs.

Well written informative bug reports, with proper backtraces if applicable, helps development. Whiny trashtalk only serves to discourage people.


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 Re: Re: crashes

 
 by sarwaz on: Aug 20 2004
 
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Hi,

of course Mr mikemcginn is an asshole, but I have to agree that kdevelop is quite unstable. Even if it is version 3.1 it still crashes way too often to be released as final.
I think that this release is the way to go since according to the changes it solves 120 bugs while not adding significant new features.

Being a software development tool I think that the instability is the most irritating thing. Your users are coders, therefore if the IDE is not rock solid they are going always to complain in rude ways :).

So my advice is just that you keep solving bugs without adding any new feature (unless critical) until you get a solid product.

regards,

Manuel.


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 Re: Re: Re: crashes

 
 by matt2002 on: Aug 21 2004
 
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hmmm, may be I do something wrong, but I get no crashes. Not a single one!

Regards,
Matt


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: crashes

 
 by amilcar on: Aug 25 2004
 
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yeap, there is always a lamer complaining about something, not explaining exactly what, not giving ideas on how to improve it etc.
And he doesn't answer when we ask him questions. So probably it's the same lamer over and over.

This guy is a pain!!


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 modeling

 
 by rmanchu on: Aug 12 2004
 
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wondering if modeling tools are available on kdevelop?


are they being developed in the future?


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 Re: modeling

 
 by teatime on: Aug 13 2004
 
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Please explain what you mean by "modelling tools"?


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 Re: Re: modeling

 
 by Ansur on: Aug 18 2004
 
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I assume he means UML tools.


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 Re: modeling

 
 by BlueLightning on: Aug 21 2004
 
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If you mean UML, check out Umbrello:

http://uml.sourceforge.net

This is already part of the kdesdk package.


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 KDevelop hangs up

 
 by citycat on: Aug 25 2004
 
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KDevelop hangs up, when I try to debug "Hello, world" when printf() should be issued. When I kill child GDB process, I can see "Hello, world" in "Application" tab. What is a debugger, which hangs up when debug?
FreeBSD 4.10-STABLE, KDE 3.2.3, QT 3.3.2, GCC 2.95.4. All plagins in KDevelop checked out (but default also)


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 Re: KDevelop hangs up

 
 by amilcar on: Aug 26 2004
 
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Printf is a very strange function. Check the FAQ, forum, and Bug database.
All the links are on the website. There is information in one of those on how to get it to work. AFAIK it is NOT a KDevelop bug. It is (if I remember correctly) a GDB issue.


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 My humble opinion

 
 by slesa on: Sep 7 2004
 
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KDevelop is getting better and better...

[running kdevelop 3.1.0]
One thing I did not find is a call of lrelease and lupdate.
And the menues are a little bit too big. Maybe it would be nice if you can disable some options generally and not per project. But maybe this is only something I did not find in this real big Framework.


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 Search dialog

 
 by slesa on: Sep 7 2004
 
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Its a bit strange that the search dialog has case-sensitiv as default.
And that it has another hotkey as in kate itself (at least in german).


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