I’m happy to announce the the availability of version 1.5 of kdev-python, the Python language support plugin for the KDevelop development environment. For the official (short) announcement containing links to the tarballs, see the announcement on the KDevelop website.
Here’s a short video which demonstrates some of kdev-python’s (and KDevelop’s) nice features:
(if your network connection allows it, you can also watch the full-resolution version — or here’s a link to the youtube version if the embedded one doesn’t work)
I probably have written it often enough, but I’ll repeat it once more: Python 3 support in kdev-python will be released together with Python 3.4.
Another note, if you’re using master, you have to clear your build directory (this includes running make clean in python-src/) to make it build again due to changes in the build system. If you didn’t do any changes yourself, you can also run “cd kdev-python; git clean -f”. Be aware that this will delete all untracked files in the kdev-python directory.