Things to be discussed:
- KDevelop as an SDK: Frameworks/Epics/KDevelop_based_SDK
- KDevelop on Windows, anybody knows what's going on?
- Static Analysis and KDevelop, what can we do?
- Reusable libs/tools for C++ preprocessing, parsing, semantic analysis
- even preprocessing lib can't be reused because it uses IndexedString which requires item repository
- Mailing lists moving to KDE? What will we have to change, if anything?
- kdevelop.org domain transfer to KDE e.V.?
- Miha's branches
- Can we merge yet?
- Can we better integrate the unit tests?
- Sven's suggested topics / things to do:
- More default colour schemes for kate/kdevelop editor component?
- New splash screen! :)
- Different default settings for kate:
- Who uses 8-width tab indent?
- Who does not want backspace at the beginning of a line to unindent? etc.
- fix debugger tooltips (they behave in an annoying way if the mouseover target is changed quickly)
- Better launch config dialog! It's unusable currently.
- add a C++/KDE application template which uses a QtDesigner .ui file?
- Formatting of autocompletion list entries: incredibly difficult, can we get something less complicated like HTML/CSS text formatting?
- minor: only suggest include completion entries for 1 or 2-char names if requested explicitly? I often accidentially include stuff which defines a struct called "c" or so.
- Search in Files: The "new search" icon / button is not obvious. It looks like a settings button. Maybe give it a text, or a different icon?
- make quickopen delay configurable? it still annoys me significantly.
- Things I (Sven) would like to ask/discuss but which are probably not relevant for everyone:
- discuss how to properly implement class/function aliases for scripting languages in the duchain
- kate autocompletion API: can we get a way to mark items as "unimportant", sorting them at the very end of the list regardless of alphabetic sorting? Otherwise it's very difficult to offer 20 different entries starting with __ without being annoying.
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