Review Request 109496: Make kdev-php compile under MinGW64
"Florian Peter Eßer"
f.esser at rwth-aachen.de
Mon Mar 18 11:42:52 UTC 2013
> cool, what works / does not work on windows?
> Can it be used for production usage?
> And what about performance?
I have not tested that much. I was able to create new PHP projects with Project -> New from Template and import existing ones from disk.
"Advanced" Syntax highlighting (colored variables etc.) also works fine. I did not notice any performance issues, but I'm sitting on a quite fast PC here and only opened small projects yet.
I did notice some general KDevelop Windows issues though:
* Renaming of files in the Project tree does not work:
RMB -> Rename does nothing. F2 gives me a "new name for..." dialog, but
that always fails with "There is already a file named 'test.foo'"
('test.foo' beeing the new file name).
* If I hover a variable / function / whatever, the links ("show uses",
"Decl.", ...) in the popup do not work. Clicking them just closes the
popup. This happens in C++ as well as in PHP.
* On closing KDevelop, I see a Windows crash dialog "KDevelop has stopped
working". The only thing I can see on the command prompt is
"pp_macro::definition There were items left on destruction: 148"
I still haven't figured out yet how I can get console debug output for KDE programs on Windows or how to get DrKonqi working. Any idea?
I will start using KDevelop on Windows more regularly now, so I guess I will be able to generate some bug reports and maybe even fixes in the near future...
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