KDevelop 4.5.2 is finally released! Go see the announcement on our website for more info: http://kdevelop.org/45/kdevelop-452-available
Note that this release contains some serious crash fixes, so update asap, i.e. as soon as your packagers get to it :)
Enjoy and thanks to all contributors! Looking forward to KDevelop 4.6 already!
Hey all, just a quickie: KDevelop 4.4.1 is available!
It comes with mostly crash fixes and a few other bug fixes. I’d say: use it!
A first broadcast from the joint KDevelop/Kate sprint! Many thanks already to Joseph for planning this all. As you can see, we also have net access and thus nothing can prevent a very productive week :)
Anyhow, back to the actual news: I finally announced the release of KDevelop 4.4.0. Many thanks to all involved again.
Mind you though, the change list is a bit sparse this time. Yet I’m really looking forward to the 4.5 release already. I’ll blog about it in the next days during the sprint. Stay tuned!
After quite some slacking on my side, I’ve finally managed to drop the good news: KDevelop 4.4.0 Beta 1 is released!
Our 4.4 branch already contains some more interesting changes for the next beta, stay tuned. Oh and yeah, we’ll try to release 4.4.0 final sometime in September, I hope.
KDevelop 4.3.1 is out! Go read the announcement and update.
Many thanks to all contributors, you rock :)
Finally I managed to get my job as the release dude done: <http://kdevelop.org/kdevelop/kdevelop-430-final-released- basic-c11-support>
Thanks to all the developers who sent in patches! The same goes to our loyal users for their continued support and bug reports :)
It’s really fun to work on KDevelop and - I’ve said it many times before - I’m really looking forward to our next releases! Even now our code in the master branches has some neat commits that make the eventual 4.4 release something to look forward to!
Please help us test KDevelop 4.3 RC1! Grab it while it’s hot: http://kdevelop.org/43/kdevelop-430-rc-1-released
This release comes with some more bug fixes and better support for some C++11 language features.
I’ve just posted the news on the KDevelop website: KDevelop 4.3.0 Beta 2 is released!
Please test it and report feedback as usual. I think it’s safe to assume that we will release 4.3.0 final in about 2-4 weeks from now.
Considering that my university semester is nearing its end, I will finally have more royal hacking time again! I’ll continue to squash bugs and improve the performance of KDevelop of course :) Most definitely I’ll try to further improve the C++11 support. But maybe I finally have some time again to work on “something bigger”, like helping Miha Čančula in writing a kick-ass unit-test integration for KDevelop (see unittest branches). Then I plan to finally release some more of our “playground” plugins, most notably CSS language support and QMake project management…
Stay tuned for a bright KDevelop future :]
PS: I’ll step up as a mentor for a KDevelop GSOC this year, yet I’m still wondering about a proper topic… Ideas?
I wanted to quickly notify you all about the availability of KDevelop 4.2.3, you can download it here:
Most people should be fine with waiting for updated packages from their distributor though.
To read the full release notes and take a look at the changelog, please visit the project website:
Many thanks to the contributors, for making this release possible
Saturday night and I’m not going out. What the hell is wrong with me — you (and I) ask?
Sad truth is: I’m swamped with work currently. Today I sat down and finished the last protocol of a university lab course, so at least that is done for now.
I’m not a slacker (even though I’d like to be one!) so I also recently started working on my Bachelor thesis. I’m doing something on EPR simulations, esp. pulse EPR with “big” molecules. It’s actually pretty interesting and I already learned tons of stuff. Most notably I could finally try out Eigen. It’s as good as I imagined, and probably even better ;-) My mentor at the university, who used BLAS up to now, is amazed by the readability of code you write. It is often nearly a one-to-one mapping of a mathematical formula to code. Since I personally never learned the BLAS interface, and find it’s API hideous, I’m very pleased to be able to use Eigen from the start. Thanks to Gael and Benoit (and the others) for writing it. Since I like living on the edge, I use Eigen 3 already and - to give something back - started to update the benchmarks for them.