smeier at kdevelop.org
Tue Nov 26 10:36:02 UTC 2002
> I wouldn't prefer to remove the parts listed below from CVS!
> Okay, they aren't 100% finished/working/whatever, but they have the
> benefit that you could easily check up how to write a certain part for
> And they aren't that large...
I agree. For instance the VisualboyAdvance plugin, shows how to add support
for crosscompiler,emulator and so on.
And some of them works quite good. I would agree to remove not working or not
stable plugins from the release, but from the CVS?
> > I suggest to also do this with the exotic parts:
> > - buglist
> > - fortransupport
> > - javadebugger
> > - javasupport
> > - nedit
> > - perforce
> > - perlsupport
> > - phpsupport
> > - pythonsupport
> > - scripting
> > - scriptproject
> > - visualboyadvance
> > - ... and likely more ...
> > to ease the *common Qt/KDE-C++ IDE* from such overkill.
I thought the vision of Gideon was an general purpose IDE. If you want a
common Qt/KDE-C++ IDE, there is KDevelop or?
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