kdev-python provides Python language support for the KDevelop integrated development environment. For more information, please look at the 1.4 and 1.5 release announcements, and especially make sure to watch this short demonstration video!
The 1.5.1 release fixes a few issues with 1.5.0. Especially, it
- fixes a crash bug which could happen when PEP8 checking was enabled
- fixes capitalization in the coding line completion
- displays the correct plugin version in the About dialog
This is a rather minor update and I recommend it to everyone running 1.5.
There’s one thing I forgot to announce in the 1.5 release: PEP8 checking support (which was actually a good thing, since it was rather crashy until now ;)).
|PEP8 checking suppot in kdev-python 1.5.1|
It will run the PEP8 style checker whenever an open file is modified and display all errors inline (if you have inline error display enabled) and in the Problems toolview.
By default it is disabled though, since it displays a lot of errors for people who don’t follow PEP8, so if you want to use it, go to Settings — Configure KDevelop — PEP8 style checking (the change will only apply to newly opened or modified files).
If there’s any issues, please make sure to let me know on the bug tracker.
The tarball can be found here, sha256 checksum is d9b68bd2dd9361961e264254d2acfebc9ce0ea4b47ea2689d2f01a3ed81f7c47