Overview over GSoC 2015 ideas for KDevelop -- interested?
kalinichev.so.0 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 9 10:02:01 GMT 2015
As you could already notice I'm greatly interested in improving the
So I'd love to participate this year in GSoC for KDevelop, again :)
Here is the first draft of features that can be implemented:
What do you think?
On 3/7/15, Kevin Funk <kfunk at kde.org> wrote:
> KDE again was accepted as org in this year's GSoC, that's great!
> If anyone of our fellow KDevelop users/contributors wants to take part in
> GSoC, now's a good time to start the engines!
> If you plan to apply for one the GSoC tasks we have in the pipe line, we
> expect you to introduce yourself and work a bit with the KDevelop source
> and possibly file a few patches so we get an idea about you and your skill
> GSoC Student application period starts at March, 16th, closes at 27th
> Overview over our tasks :
> Project: Clang Integration
> Brief explanation: Finish the kdev-clang plugin to make it a usable
> replacement for the existing C++ plugin.
> Project: Checker Framework
> Brief explanation: A generic framework should be created which provides the
> foundation for other plugins to report errors.
> Project: SVN Plugin Rewrite
> Brief explanation: Rewrite the SVN plugin to use the C-API directly.
> Project: LLDB Support
> Brief explanation: Write a new plugin to support LLDB on KDevelop
> => *Lot's* of interesting tasks!
> Taking part in a GSoC is a great experience (been there, done that), and I'm
> welcoming people to try it out!
>  https://community.kde.org/GSoC/2015/Ideas#KDevelop
> Kevin Funk | kfunk at kde.org | http://kfunk.org
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