Release Notes: This version added integration for unit tests, so that you can easily run and debug them while working on your projects. The New Class wizard was updated and many changes were made with regards to polishing of the UI in different places. Better support for C++ 11 features was provided.
Release Notes: New in this release is a welcome screen for improved usability and an easier entry into the KDevelop world. Many bugs were fixed, and quite some time was spent on optimizing existing code paths.
Release Notes: The most important new feature in this release is basic support for the new C++11 standard. Folded code regions, bookmarks, etc. are now properly restored for the last 20 opened files. VCS Changes shows you which files have changed in your project since the last commit. The embedded Konsole in KDevelop has seen some improvements - when you use Bash, it is now possible to control the surrounding KDevelop session. Integrated source formatting was improved. There were also some noteworthy performance improvements.
Release Notes: This is a stable release that fixes dozens of bugs.
Release Notes: Mostly bugfixes were made, but some nice features were also added.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes and some improvements were made.
Release Notes: Almost all known crashes were fixed. Many bugfixes were made. An integrated valgrind part was added.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes and a few minor feature additions.
Release Notes: A port to KDE 2.1; KDevelop is a true KDE 2.x application and ships with KDE 2.1. KDE 1.x templates and the internal dialog editor were removed. The GUI design is based on using Qt Designer. Functionality was improved in regards to the classbrowser, such as providing the "grep" function over the class-tree and autocompletion in the browser toolbar that allows easy selection of classes, methods, member attributes, global functions, attributes, and structs. Overall GUI enhancements like geometry-managed dialogs, and use of KDE 2´s new dialog classes and dockwidgets.