FORTRAN language plugin
svenbrauch at googlemail.com
Tue Apr 17 22:47:15 BST 2012
hah, sorry milian, I didn't realize it was you asking this. :)
Am 17. April 2012 23:14 schrieb Sven Brauch <svenbrauch at googlemail.com>:
> You should go for the latter, kdev-pg-qt is convenient for kdevelop
> plugins (starting with easy error recovery which is otherwise hard to
> 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
>>> 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.
>> Milian Wolff
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