Tag: kde

Akademy 2017 in Almería, Spain: Wrap-up

Akademy, KDE’s annual developer conference, is over — and as always, it was a great experience! Thanks a lot to the local organization team, and of course to all the nice people attending and discussing things. Akademy is typically a mix of hacking, visiting workshops and talks, and socializing with other KDE people. In the KDevelop workshop for example, we discussed about the future of the project — which issues […]

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kdevelop-python for Python 3: first stable version (1.6.0) released!

Yesterday, Python 3.4 was finally released, so I’m now happy to announce the first stable release of kdevelop-python which supports Python 3! See below for the tarballs. As in the Python 2 series, PyQt continues to be one of the best supported frameworks. Obsolete,  please use 1.6.1-py3 (see below) — 1.6.0 didn’t build on some systems kdev-python version 1.6.0-py3 http://download.kde.org/stable/kdevelop/kdev-python/1.6.0/src/kdev-python-v1.6.0-py3.tar.xz.mirrorlist SHA256:974178fa00a34c5e2a4d9f6408c7fcbf92e7933182dd59216a11c1452238ceb7 kdev-python version 1.6.1-py3 http://download.kde.org/stable/kdevelop/kdev-python/1.6.1/src/kdev-python-v1.6.1-py3.tar.xz.mirrorlist SHA256: 26b1fa25e8f24f1e0b801ece02b283a750e77543e6df1e571dd52b36778859a5 The kdev-python 1.6-py3 […]

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Advanced code completion filtering in kate / KDevelop

I have implemented two new ways to filter the code completion popup in kate: filtering the list using an abbreviation, and filtering the list using text not occuring at the word’s beginning. This can probably best be demonstrated by lots of pictures: You can match completion items by their abbreviation. This works for both camel case and underscore notation. You can also match entries by words they merely contain but […]

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Announcement: KDE 4.10 Release Party in Karlsruhe, Fr 8th February 2013

Important: The location of the event has changed! See below for details. I’m really sorry, I hope this change reaches everybody in time! The KDE 4.10 release is near, and since Lydia Pintscher moved to Berlin 🙁 there have not been any more release parties! This state is unacceptable and needs to be changed. Thus: There will be a KDE 4.10 release party in Karlsruhe, Germany, on Friday, the 8th […]

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kdev-python 1.4 stable released!

I’m happy to announce the release of the first stable version of kdev-python, version 1.4! As this is the first stable release, this post is supposed to be an overview about what kdev-python actually does. KDevelop with kdev-python 1.4 First of all, kdev-python is a plugin for KDevelop. Its purpose is to make development of python applications more convenient. The main focus of the program is static analysis of source […]

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kdev-python beta 2 released!

I’m happy to announce the immediate availability of the second beta version of kdev-python, the python language plugin for KDevelop! You can download the sources from kde.org; those can be compiled against KDevelop 4.4 (which is the current stable version). Changes over the first beta release include: Two crash bugs fixed Fix a bug in parse priority things (it did sometimes cause documents not to be reparsed after a dependency […]

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Vienna kdev/kate sprint: kdevelop settings dialog and changes to kdev-python

In an effort to improve the overall quality of KDevelop’s user interface, Aleix and I polished the settings dialog of KDevelop. Since the Kate guys challenged us by showcasing their “awesome” gimp skills, I feel like I have to do that too: Comparison between the old and the new configuration dialog in KDevelop  There wasn’t really any changes to functionality, it’s just supposed to look better and be more understandable. […]

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