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Sun, 02/14/2010 - 01:58

So, first day of the Kate/KDevelop hacksprint.

We just talked and hacked at the rented flat,got to know each other and had a fun time. Everybody made it more or less in time, even last minute attendee Adymo from Ukraine, nice! Hacking-wise the productivity wasn’t that high, esp. for me, but a few patches got committed here and there.

Right now I’m working on a little speedup for Kate, esp. for big MySQL files - lets see how it turns out. Cullmann showed me a few things I could do so maybe it works out, lets see.

Over the next week I plan to push in user configurable include paths for the PHP plugin and do some more Snippets & Scripting work in Kate, lets see how it turns out. I’ll go home now, kinda sucks that I don’t stay with the others here at the flat but have to take a 1h ride into the city… Berlin is definitely too big :D

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Big thanks to all for those Sun, 02/14/2010 - 18:30 — francois (not verified)

Big thanks to all for those HackSpring days. The quality of kdevelop is already incredible, keep going.

May I suggest you some wishes I have for kdevelop:

  • Support of python language and project (like for php, cpp)
  • Built in completion in the command line for arguments of the commands like file path when opening a new file for example (like in Emacs, Vim)
  • Use keyboard shortcut to switch between Split Views: like CTRL+SHIFT+LEFT to switch to the left split view of the current one, CTRL+SHIFT+UP to switch to upper split view of the current one (like CTRL+W+LEFT, CTRL+W+UP in Vim for example)
  • Send the current selection, line buffer to the terminal (I think it’s possible in Kate). Maybe add the possibility to define the association of a project/buffer to a specific konsole when having more than one konsole. Like a python project and a runing ipython session in a specific konsole.

Keep rocking on hacking kdevelop. Big thanks to all !

François

Thanks for your comments, but Sun, 02/14/2010 - 18:56 — Milian Wolff

Thanks for your comments, but a blog is not a place for feature requests. Please open a new report for each of these on bugs.kde.org.

Thanks for your quick Sun, 02/14/2010 - 19:31 — francois (not verified)

Thanks for your quick answer.

Some of them (plus some more) are already on bugs.kde.org:

More than one konsole: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=200322 File path completion in the editor window: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=200317 Line completion in the editor window: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=200319

I will add python support and command line arguments completion reports on bugs.kde.org

With the new snippets and scripts kate/kdevelop is the Emacs/Vim/TextMate killer. It rocks !

Thanks for your suggestions. Have a nice hack.

Francois

Heyho! Good luck with Sun, 02/14/2010 - 16:35 — The User (not verified)

Heyho!

Good luck with Valentines Day hacking!

And hugs for you. ;)

I love Free Software

Ah i forgot Sun, 02/14/2010 - 10:28 — dereine (not verified)

Ah i forgot something:

  • Support parent:: logic.For example if there is parent::foo() you can jump to the definition of foo.

Works for me, can you show me Sun, 02/14/2010 - 11:14 — Milian Wolff

Works for me, can you show me code where it doesn’t? Please also open a bugreport for it on bugs.kde.org.

Sorry. I think it works now, Sun, 02/14/2010 - 12:17 — dereine (not verified)

Sorry. I think it works now, as expected.

Thanks for all this really Sun, 02/14/2010 - 10:23 — dereine (not verified)

Thanks for all this really cool stuff going on. The performance of kdevelop compared to other solutions is already incredible.

I have some suggestions:

  • Support procedural functions, additional to classes in the tool view. There are some php projects which uses quite a lot of them.
  • Scan for functions with < 3 chars: For example the following functions weren’t detected: arg, l, t

Keep rocking on HackSpring Day 2!

there is a bug report for Sun, 02/14/2010 - 11:18 — Milian Wolff

  • there is a bug report for functions in the class browser, we’ll add it at some pointer
  • PHP has no built-in functions called arg, l or t. If you define them yourself it works for me:
  1. function arg() {}
  2. function l() {}
  3. function t() {}
  4.  
  5. arg();
  6. t();
  7. l();

So again: I need to see your code that fails. What I did notice though is that _("..."); is not properly supported it seems (i.e. the gettext shorthandle).

I tryed a current checkout Sun, 02/14/2010 - 12:16 — dereine (not verified)

I tryed a current checkout from drupal, there it worked. But with another checkout from drupal with quite some contrib modules, it didn’t worked.

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