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= ChangeLog =
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Finally, after months of work, the KDevelop team is happy to release a first beta of the 4.7 version. It comes packed with new features, lots of bug fixes as well as many performance improvements.
* cmake: improvements so that all idioms needed for KF5 development are available.
 
* unit tests: UI polishing and bug fixes
 
* bzr support
 
  
= Known issues =
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The CMake support saw several improvements, which ensure that all idioms needed for KF5 development are available. The unit test support UI was polished and several bugs fixed. Similar, some noteworthy issues with the QtHelp integration were fixed. Feature wise, KDevelop now officially supports the Bazaar version control system. KDevelop now handles PHP namespaces better and can understand traits aliases. Furthermore, some first fruits of the ongoing Google summer of code period are included in this release, which pave the path toward better support for cross compile toolchains. On the performance front, it was possible to greatly reduce the memory footprint when loading large projects with several thousand files in KDevelop. Additionally, the startup of KDevelop should now be much faster.
 
 
= Where to try it? =
 
- ubuntu ppa and similar shit?
 

Revision as of 22:35, 30 June 2014

Finally, after months of work, the KDevelop team is happy to release a first beta of the 4.7 version. It comes packed with new features, lots of bug fixes as well as many performance improvements.

The CMake support saw several improvements, which ensure that all idioms needed for KF5 development are available. The unit test support UI was polished and several bugs fixed. Similar, some noteworthy issues with the QtHelp integration were fixed. Feature wise, KDevelop now officially supports the Bazaar version control system. KDevelop now handles PHP namespaces better and can understand traits aliases. Furthermore, some first fruits of the ongoing Google summer of code period are included in this release, which pave the path toward better support for cross compile toolchains. On the performance front, it was possible to greatly reduce the memory footprint when loading large projects with several thousand files in KDevelop. Additionally, the startup of KDevelop should now be much faster.


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