T10812: KDE Applications

Christoph Feck noreply at phabricator.kde.org
Wed May 8 19:43:44 BST 2019

cfeck added a comment.

  In T10812#182282 <https://phabricator.kde.org/T10812#182282>, @vkrause wrote:
  > Here's just three examples for a single niche framework (syntax highlighting) from the top of my head:
  > - https://cullmann.io/posts/qt-creator-4-9-uses-ksyntaxhighlighting/ (QtCreator)
  > - https://kate-editor.org/2018/10/21/mit-licensed-ksyntaxhighlighting-usage/ (AbsInt)
  > - https://github.com/KDAB/GammaRay/blob/master/CMakeLists.txt#L540 (GammaRay)
  Someone not familiar with these companies might see that as a success. Those who are familiar know that both KDAB, as well as Qt are two-decade long supporters of KDE. As for the third contributor, I doubt it would know/use KDE software if you wouldn't work for them.
  But KSyntaxHighlighting is a bit special. All other syntax highlighting engines I know are for the web (written in scripting languages), so our offering indeed fills a niche.


To: ngraham, cfeck
Cc: apol, jriddell, xyquadrat, jtamate, vkrause, lbeltrame, ltoscano, cfeck, aacid, #yakuake, #okular, #dolphin, #kate, #spectacle, #konsole, #gwenview, #kde_pim, #kde_games, #kde_applications, ngraham
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