Proposal to plan for "Milestone Releases" on the way to KDE4
Adriaan de Groot
groot at kde.org
Fri Jan 27 15:53:28 GMT 2006
[I'm so glad we can have hge threads on -core-devel as well that totally
wander away from the original subject.]
On Friday 27 January 2006 14:35, Gábor Lehel wrote:
> On 1/27/06, Benjamin Meyer <ben at meyerhome.net> wrote:
> > I'm afraid that pretty soon Kate may really be the KDE developer's
> > preferred graphical IDE
> > - Michael Pyne
> > I doubt you are the first to say that, but i'll credit you for the quote.
> > I know there are lots of people who code with Kate. Kate with a split
> Having quick shortcuts for make, make install, run, et al, and being
> able to double click an error message to be taken to its source, a la
> KDevelop, are also nifty, but I can live without these (the konsole
> part and ctrl-g go-to-line suffice well enough).
There's the katemake plugin, recently fixed by Anders after I had left it to
rot in addons; by default it uses ctrl-R (and I don't even know if that's
configurable) to run "make" in the directory containing the current file,
parsing the errors and providing a convenient way to jump from one error or
warning to the next.
As of September 1st, 2004, the University of Nijmegen will _still_ be the
University of Nijmegen, but with a different nonsensical adjective in front.
Reach me at groot at kde.org instead. GPG FEA2 A3FE
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