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KDevelop

   4.2.0  

KDE Development Environment

Score 85%
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Link:  http://www.kdevelop.org/
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  20462
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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 POV-Ray

 
 by XepheX on: Sep 30 2004
 
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Would it be possible to implement a POV-Ray feature with synthax highliting, a render button (like compile for C++) and synthax completition


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 POV language support

 
 by amilcar on: Oct 1 2004
 
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Yes it is possible and we have a document that helps you to do it:
http://www.kdevelop.org/HEAD/doc/api/html/howToAddProgrammingLanguages.html


KDevelop rules!
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 Don't update on Suse

 
 by jodda on: Oct 16 2004
 
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I updated to Kdevelop 3.1.1-3 on a plain Suse 9.1. Kdevelop does not work.
I downloaded the special Suse 9.1 RPM package from the Kdevelop homepage.

Seems that other KDE libraries have to be updated as well. Remembers me to to the MS DLL hell.


undefined symbol: _ZN11KMdiMainFrm16setToolviewStyleEi


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 Re: Don't update on Suse

 
 by mouse-klick on: Oct 17 2004
 
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I've got the same problem. I've tried the version 2.xxx,... same problem.

I think there's a general problem with suse9.1


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 Re: Re: Don't update on Suse

 
 by rmcruz on: Jan 14 2005
 
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Not a Suse problem. Happens to me too in Mandrake 10.0. I guess it's because I still have 3.2...


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 Re: Don't update on Suse

 
 by kburden000 on: Oct 19 2004
 
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Same here. I just updated on factory
9.1 with kdevelop 3.1 to 3.1.1 and I
get the same missing symbol:
_ZN11KMdiMainFrm16setToolviewStyleEi
I tried the rpm from Suse and Kdevelop
and they both break.

Does anybody test this stuff?


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 Re: Re: Don't update on Suse

 
 by adymo on: Dec 11 2004
 
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KDevelop team is not responsible for packaging. We only make sure the source code compiles and works.
But anyway, when you update kdevelop rpms for SuSE make sure you update all other KDE packages also.
Notably, it's a good idea to update kdelibs, kdebase and kdesdk together with KDevelop.


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 Re: Don't update on Suse

 
 by amilcar on: Oct 29 2004
 
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That error message is associated with a bad .so file.
Delete that file and it will work fine.


KDevelop rules!
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 Re: Don't update

 
 by mgooch on: Nov 2 2004
 
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I'm a bit of a newbie. Can you give me a clue as to which '.so' file you deleted to fix this problem, or how you tracked down the offending critter :)

Thanks
Mk


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 Re: Re: Don't update on Suse

 
 by teatime on: Nov 7 2004
 
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This RPM is built against KDE-3.3.x and cannot be used on KDE-3.2.x.

It is a bug of the SuSE package management system if it lets you install this RPM on KDE-3.2.x


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 Great job!

 
 by heman on: Dec 9 2004
 
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Great work! This ide, at least for c/c++ is a very good tool, almost commercial level.
The only things I miss should be improved are code completion and the debugger (I haven't used it much, but the little I did, I found it very improvable).
As a general IDE, it's great.


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 Re: Great job!

 
 by veton on: Dec 10 2004
 
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+1. A Good code completion is mandatory to speed up the development (especially when you don't know the api by heart!)

BTW, do we have code completion for the python or ruby bindings?


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 Re: Great job!

 
 by amilcar on: Jan 24 2005
 
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Try the new KDevelop HEAD. It's code completion features and it's debugger have been improved.


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 Thanks for kdevelop

 
 by sv1bgubp on: Dec 18 2004
 
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Hi.

Usual I use emacs + gdb, but many times kdevelop have been useful and fundamental.
Without kdevelop probably I would not be ' ' ' survival ' ' ' to the beginnings with qt/kde/kmail and a my small project would not be born (with my deep dissatisfaction).
Thanks.

Regards,
Gdb


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 KDevlop

 
 by morleron on: Mar 7 2005
 
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This is a great IDE. I've used several IDEs over the years and KDevelop has, by far, the best feature set and usability that I've encountered. There are a lot of features here and it will take time to learn to use the program to best effect. There is the occassional bug, but the KDevelop community is very good about fixing them or providing work-arounds where possible. Keep up the good work.


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