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- usage patterns - kdevelop as improved kate - kdevelop as 1-project ide - kdevelop as a ultimate work tool - many projects, sessions, etc. - what are sessions: intended use, scope, limitations - projects - idea behind multiple projects - multiple projects and buildiing - multiple projects and other plugins - what happens behind the hood in UI - what are areas: intended use, limitations - what are workingsets: intended use, limitations - concept of views, saving/closing views and areas - what happens behind the hood in c++ support - how includes are found - when automatic resolver is used - which buildsystems and when can do - how and when completion, assistant hints, refactoring etc. work - ... - how to create and use snippets - how to customize the IDE - customizing editor (modelines, kateconfig) - creating custom shortcut scheme - kdeveloprc - what's there, what to change - best workflow - quickopen instead of class view - navigation explained - what is context, what context navigation do - all other navigation features - tab/notab management - ...etc.
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