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Sun, 06/13/2010 - 17:18

Quick note:

I’ve just merged all webdevelopment related plugins except PHP & PHP-Docs into Quanta git. You can get them all in one place now by cloning Quanta:

Since I also moved all halfworking plugins to UNPORTED (they don’t get installed), you should be fine by just installing all of Quanta to get the plugins. If you only want one of them, going into it’s subfolder and building it standalone should hopefully still work though.

In other notes: Thanks to Ruan Styrdom for starting work on a PHP formatter plugin for KDevelop. It uses phpStylist and it’s already somewhat working. Awesome :)

/me is off to more GSOC hacking, bye


Thank you. I need Quanta +, Sun, 06/20/2010 - 21:41 — Duns (not verified)

Thank you. I need Quanta +, and I hopo you can help many webmasters as me to get that excellent html editor. Thank you, Milian

So Quanta is now officially Sun, 06/13/2010 - 20:28 — maninalift (not verified)

So Quanta is now officially the best way to use kdevplatform for web-development?

To what extent are they separate applications? Do Quanta/KDevelop exist as one binary, starting up with different configurations (and loading different plugins)?

It sounds like you are saying the php plugins are staying in KDevelop rather than Quanta but that doesn’t seem right, have I misunderstood?

Well yes, maybe Quanta is now Mon, 06/14/2010 - 03:15 — Milian Wolff

Well yes, maybe Quanta is now the best for it, since it’s only about 250loc of code to get a main.cpp that is very similar to what we have in KDevelop. All the rest is plugins after all. The loading of different plugins and configurations is planned but not here yet.

And PHP plugins are not yet merged since we already released a stable version and intent to release bugfixes and a new feature branch. Since that might happen before Quanta’s first stable release, we hold the merge back. Note: They are not part of KDevelop either, they are released separately.

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