FORTRAN language plugin

Sven Brauch svenbrauch at googlemail.com
Tue Apr 17 21:14:07 UTC 2012


You should go for the latter, kdev-pg-qt is convenient for kdevelop
plugins (starting with easy error recovery which is otherwise hard to
get).
Sadly there's not that much documentation, but there's other plugins
you can look at. If in doubt, you can always ask on IRC.
I'm still planning to write an example-language support some day,
maybe for gnuplot or something simple, as a documentation project, but
currently I don't have the time. :)

Am 17. April 2012 19:39 schrieb Milian Wolff <mail at milianw.de>:
> On Tuesday 25 January 2011 17:09:59 Daniel Pena wrote:
>> Milian Wolff <mail at ...> writes:
>> > On Tuesday 12 October 2010 00:07:42 ulissebionda wrote:
>> > >   How about a FORTRAN 90/95 plugin in Kdevelop 4?
>> > >
>> > > alangea
>> >
>> > Hey there,
>> >
>> > someone has to step up to write a language support plugin for this
>> > language. Until then, nothing will happen in this regard I'm afraid to
>> > say.
>> >
>> > Maybe you can help? Just a bit of C++/Qt knowledge is required (one could
>> > learn it) and we would help you out with the plugin. I did the same for
>> > the
>> > PHP plugin back then and now I'm one of the core contributors of KDevelop
>> > :)
>> >
>> > Bye
>>
>> Hi
>>
>> I would be very much interested in such a plugin. Also, I would be able to
>> contribute to the effort or at least bootstrap it.
>>
>> Only thing is, I was unable to find any docs or tutorials on how to write
>> (or at least start) plugins for kdevelop 4. Is there a place where one can
>> find that kind of info?
>
> Hey there,
>
> I have to use fortran now in one of my classes and well - I am of course
> missing proper integration in KDevelop :)
>
> If you - or anyone else - would still be up for the job, we could start a
> language plugin. What we'll need first though is a lexer & parser... I found
> this interesting project: http://fortran-parser.sourceforge.net/
>
> Sadly it is Java stuff, yet with some work one could try to port their antlr
> grammars to produce C code and then use that in a KDevelop plugin.
> Alternatively one could port the grammar files to KDevelop-PG-Qt.
>
> Bye
>
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