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23.08.2016 Cantor gets support of Julia language
You may noticed GSoC 2016 is about to over and I'm glad to share the results of my work with the KDE and worldwide open-source community. Google sponsored program is a very good stimulus to get into the open-source development. Students aren't simply fixing bugs in existing software, but create new and enhance functionality of existing projects. Participants become a part of community by working together with associated mentors to bring you the best of they can do during this short period of summer.My project was to implement Julia backend for the Cantor -- free software mathematics appli...
03.12.2017 Syntax Highlighting Checker
The KTextEditor Framework uses the syntax highlighting files provided by the KSyntaxHighlighting Framework since the KDE Frameworks release 5.28. The KSyntaxHighlighting Framework implements Kate’s highlighting system and meanwhile is used in quite some applications (e.g. LabPlot, KDE PIM). What is quite nice is that the KSyntaxHighlighting framework is nicely unit tested. And while we do not have tests for all highlighting files, we still provide some quality assurance through a compile time checker. How does it work? Well – in former times, Kate loaded all highlighting .xml...
31.03.2008 devel/mercurial - 1.0
Upgrade to the long-awaited Mercurial 1.0 release!
* greatly improved merge tool configuration, see "hgrc.5.txt" for details
* improved copy/rename handling in diffs, status, and merge
* files in .hg inherit permissions from .hg/store
* infer --repository when possible, so commands may be run from anywhere.
* new "droplet" logo
* churn: promoted to an official extension (previously in contrib)
* color: new extension coloring "status" and "qseries" command outputs
- allow synthetic history to be spliced...
01.07.2008 Johan Thelin: QCodeEdit
A spin-off from the QCodeEdit project looks really promissing. What you get is a code editor with syntax highlighting for a range of languages (yes, you can add support for more languages) developed using Qt - i.e. 100% cross platform - and good looking as well.
08.01.2009 David Nolden: C++ IDE Evolution: From Syntax Highlighting to Semantic Highlighting
Most of us developers are so acccustomed to syntax highlighting, that we couldn’t live without it. Within the last years, it happened to me a few times that I had to look at C++ code with an editor that does not have it. Every single time my initial feeling was that I was looking at a large unstructured text-blob, totally unreadable. Putting some additional cognitional energy into the task, I was able to solve the problem in the end, but there is no doubt that syntax highlighting does increase productivity, it is not just eyecandy. Syntax Highlighting Now the first interesting question i...
26.09.2013 The End of the Google Summer of Code
The GSoC coding period has ended last Monday. In this blog post, I will summarize what I have done during the summer, to give a general idea of what you can expect from a future version of Nepomuk, if my work is accepted by the Nepomuk maintainers. The source code of the first two projects is available in the steckdenis-gsoc2013 branches of the nepomuk-core and nepomuk-widgets Git repositories. The browser plugin can be found in the scratch/dsteckelmacher/nepomukintegration.git scratch repository. The Nepomuk Query Parser The first part of my GSoC project was to implement a new ...
18.04.2008 Roland Wolters (liquidat): Fedora packages update: Ktorrent, Speedcrunch
Ktorrent got a bugfix update to 3.0.1. However, this version will not be shipped with Fedora 9 since the feature freeze is already there. Instead, the new package will be provided as an update. Btw., I’m really looking forward to see how well Fedora 9 will perform, and how well it will work with KDE 4. The more interesting update is the one of Fedora 7 or
21.07.2008 Roland Wolters (liquidat): Short timp: Simple .vimrc lines
How do I post source code?.
21.11.2009 Andi Clemens (aclemens): Renaming in digiKam has syntax highlighting now
Just a quick comment that renaming in digiKam now is capable of using syntax highlighting. It should be easier to decipher a renaming string this way :-)
It’s been about a month since my last blog entry, so let me remind you what I’m doing as part of my Google’s Summer of Code (which down here is Autumn/Winter!): A hatching and halftones brush for Krita. Implementing impasto in Krita. Part 1 is virtually complete, there’s no halftones brush yet, but it’s trivial to create one from the hatching brush which is now beta!. That’s right!, all GUI is linked and you can start toying with it and have fun, change the settings to anything you like without touching the source code! =D here’s a little picture rem...