kdevelop features ( Re: Proposal to plan for "Milestone Releases" on the way to KDE4 )
treat at kde.org
Thu Jan 26 06:29:09 GMT 2006
Great list Zack. I noticed that we some of the things that people are asking
for are at least partially implemented in kdevelop. Here we go...
On Thursday 26 January 2006 12:51 am, Zack Rusin wrote:
> - splitting the view into the top/bottom mode (usually interface on
> top and implementation on the bottom)
Implemented this for KDevelop 3.4. It can be configured so that all C++
source/header files are opened automatically in split mode. Either vertical
or horizontal. What's more both of the views are kept in sync when
> - when i work on something more involved i leave only implementation
> and switch between header and source using a key combo)
> - compile by hitting one key,
> - when i'm adding a method to the header i use combination to add a
> a stub of it to the source file
A lot of the other things you listed would probably need an enhanced embedded
konsole part. When I use KDevelop I always have the embedded konsole up for
tasks that KDevelop doesn't do very well.
Perhaps it would make sense to have some kind of KDevelop enhanced shell that
would allow for things like easily opening files in the current instance of
KDevelop via the embedded konsole.
Either way, I'm glad we're having this discussion, because I really feel that
improving KDevelop and our development tools in general could lead to more
interest and more developers.
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