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KDEStudio

This is an IDE for the development of C++ KDE applications. It includes code completion, dynamic syntax highlighting, and popup function parameter lookup. Debugging is simplified by tight integration with kdbg, and comprehensive documentation is provided. KDE Studio supports complex projects composed of multiple executables and static or shared libraries all in one workspace, and includes support for multiple targets from a single project. Classes can be explored using a tree view, which is updated on the fly as you code. Bookmarks can be placed in your code to speed up navigation. KDE Studio has integrated support for Qt Designer and KBabel.

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  •  20 Apr 2001 05:17

    Release Notes: Added code folding and new highlight engine ,you can modify and add custom highlights by editing the XML file. For C++ file types we now highlight all Qt and KDE class names. Added plugins for class diagram and Quick project file creation from existing directory structure. The doc browser can now browse and show Info files

    •  05 Mar 2001 17:03

      Release Notes: Powerful debugger features were added.

      •  12 Feb 2001 21:42

        Release Notes: KDE Studio Gold now supports development of non-KDE applications, with ready-made templates for console, X11, and Qt applications. User-managed project types are also available. Flexible compiler configuration options are now featured. Subprojects or the whole workspace can be marked as user-managed, which prevents autoconf/automake from being used. KDE Studio Gold now has a dockwidget that contains a konsole KPart.

        •  26 Jan 2001 22:55

          Release Notes: KDE Studio Gold is a commercial release of our Open Source KDE Studio project. It includes several frequently requested features and additions, as well as full documentation.

          •  07 Dec 2000 17:39

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

            Recent comments

            09 May 2001 12:33 reduz

            Re: It looks amazing but...
            % I don't think that people who do not

            > want to program KDE apps will actually

            > try to use this.


            what?
            the amount of people who uses kdevelop to program normal
            C/C++/gnome/GTK is really big. even when it doesnt mean RAD,
            the ide is great.


            05 Mar 2001 14:18 GeniusWeb

            re: is that GPL
            Look under the "projects" heading, then go to the item you want to download source from. It's there, you just have to hunt it down.


            >
            > % yes.. it's GPL with sources code
            >
            >
            > Ok, wheres the source? All I see is a
            > $20 charge for download....
            > Isnt GPL mean - FREE, dude?


            05 Mar 2001 12:29 jaromil

            re: is that GPL

            >
            > % yes.. it's GPL with sources code
            >
            > Ok, wheres the source? All I see is a
            > $20 charge for download....
            > Isnt GPL mean - FREE, dude?


            afaik they can charge whatever they want for distribution,

            but you can also do the same redistributing it.

            so once you buy it, you can redistribute it FREE.

            24 Feb 2001 20:35 llornkcor

            re: is that GPL

            > yes.. it's GPL with sources code


            Ok, wheres the source? All I see is a $20 charge for download....
            Isnt GPL mean - FREE, dude?

            12 Feb 2001 19:25 gurensan

            Re: It looks amazing but...

            > Anyway, this project is looking good.
            > Now if they could add some kind of
            > KDEPerlStudio, KDECStudio,
            > KDEPythonStudio, KDEJavaStudio, etc,
            > then this would truly be the best IDE in
            > the world.


            Yes, this looks good. I'm even going to DL it. But, for RAD I would like to see an IDE that *doesn't care* what toolkit I'm using. THAT would be the best IDE ever.

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