BlogQuanta compiles against KDevelop master again! Syndicate content

Sun, 11/21/2010 - 20:57

Hey all,

another blog post today, I’m on fire :) This one is shorter though: I want to notify you all that Quanta compiles against KDevelop master again (i.e. what will become 4.2 and uses the MovingInterface from Kate).

If you are using KDevelop 4.1 and want to use one of the Quanta plugins, like XML or CSS language support or XDebug or Crossfire integration, checkout the 4.1 branch.

I hope to work more on Quanta again over the next days, hope I can finally get it into a usable state…

Bye!

Comments

“I hope to work more on Thu, 11/25/2010 - 21:13 — Ovocean (not verified)

“I hope to work more on Quanta again over the next days, hope I can finally get it into a usable state…”

Ooooh yeah ! :o)

Why is there so few developers for webdesign tools ? There are tons of webmasters out there, how come the most complete webdesign tool has been abandoned for so long and seems to raise so few interest ?

Ich habe online mehr als zwei Mon, 11/19/2012 - 00:52 — German Roleplay (not verified)

Ich habe online mehr als zwei Stunden gebrowesd , aber selten Artikel gefunden, die so gut wie deine waren. Das ist echt wunderbar fuer mich!

Because, apparently, most web Sat, 11/27/2010 - 21:14 — Milian Wolff

Because, apparently, most web developers cannot write even a bit of C++/Qt and are frightened by it. I pity them, really :P

so true. unfortunately. Mon, 01/10/2011 - 04:19 — Anonymous (not verified)

so true. unfortunately.

Yay! Quanta news! :) Mon, 11/22/2010 - 04:06 — mutlu (not verified)

Yay! Quanta news! :)

I’m really glad to see some Mon, 11/22/2010 - 01:55 — Anonymous (not verified)

I’m really glad to see some progress in Quanta (and Kate) ! Thanks to all contributors :-)

Cool! I just recently tried Sun, 11/21/2010 - 23:38 — Jacob (not verified)

Cool! I just recently tried out KDevelop for some web development, but found it didn’t fit at all. When I’ve tried Quanta before it’s been too KDE 3:ish for my taste.

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