Feature list for 4.0
rodda at kde.org
Wed Jun 18 02:14:57 UTC 2008
On Wednesday 18 June 2008 11:58:03 Matthew Woehlke wrote:
> (You do NOT want to know how far behind in messages I am ATM :-(.)
> Andreas Pakulat wrote:
> > I'v finally finished the collection of feature ideas (and also "bugs")
> > that should be done before we can release KDevelop 4.0.
> > Please everybody have a look at
> > http://www.kdevelop.org/mediawiki/index.php?title=KDevelop_4/Feature_Plan
> > If anybody wants to discuss any of the items and wether they really need
> > to be done for 4.0, please do so here or directly in the wiki - whatever
> > fits you better.
> grep: where are you? I can't find the find+grep integration anywhere
Same as kdev3, it's edit->find in files, or ctrl+alt+f. if you can't see it,
your plugin loading is broken and you should look into why your syscoa can't
> :-(. (Seems I also have a broken build ATM so I can't even start
> kdevelop to go see if I'm merely blind.)
> ctags: I miss this *most* from 3.x. For quick navigation, it was
> indispensable. Either I missed the "scan my entire project" button for
> Quick Open, or it only covers the open files or current folder or
> something. But it only shows a fraction of the functions in my whole
We're working hard on the quick open stuff. It doesn't work across the whole
project because the persistent duchain is not written... patience needed here.
> file tree: I'd really like this back, please :-). I've been making do,
> more or less, with the project view, but that adds several levels of
> indentation to all files, so that I have to make it wider just to read
> the file names.
View-> add toolview -> file system. Yes, I think our new tool view management
system is a problem, it's too hidden and with inadequate defaults.
> MEMORY USAGE has gotten *waaay* out of hand. The newfangled code parsing
> stuff is shiny, but needs 1.4 GB for *three files opened*?! To quote Ed
> Harris*, "Gentlemen, that's unacceptable". I've already had to switch
> computers because of /3.x/'s memory hogging... I thought Linux was
> supposed to disobey Wirth's Corollary :-).
Will improve much with persistent duchain and other optimisations, come back
after SoC (that is, I presume you were already using svn head?)
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