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== KDevelop - Integrated Development Environment ==
 
== KDevelop - Integrated Development Environment ==
  
KDevelop is is a superb IDE for developing KDE and Qt C++ applications.
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KDevelop is a great IDE for developing KDE and Qt C++ applications.
 
It includes an integrated debugger, a syntax highlighting editor, and of
 
It includes an integrated debugger, a syntax highlighting editor, and of
 
course a 'Project wizard' to handle the creation of the basic menu structures,
 
course a 'Project wizard' to handle the creation of the basic menu structures,
the automake/autoconf gunk, and even the class documentation. For the design of  
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the automake/autoconf stuff, and even the class documentation. For the design of  
 
dialogs, it interacts with the [http://doc.trolltech.com/3.3/designer-manual.html Qt designer].
 
dialogs, it interacts with the [http://doc.trolltech.com/3.3/designer-manual.html Qt designer].
  
 
KDevelop is not one big static thing but has very modular
 
KDevelop is not one big static thing but has very modular
 
architecture. It glues several other powerful KDE development tools
 
architecture. It glues several other powerful KDE development tools
together, such as the advanced editor (kwrite), the graphical debugger
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together, such as the advanced editor (kate), a formatting tool (astyle) or the interface documentation tool
(KDbg), the icon editor (kiconedit) or the interface documentation tool
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(Doxygen).
 
(Doxygen).
  

Revision as of 18:10, 11 January 2007

KDE Architecture - Integrated Development Environment

KDevelop - Integrated Development Environment

KDevelop is a great IDE for developing KDE and Qt C++ applications. It includes an integrated debugger, a syntax highlighting editor, and of course a 'Project wizard' to handle the creation of the basic menu structures, the automake/autoconf stuff, and even the class documentation. For the design of dialogs, it interacts with the Qt designer.

KDevelop is not one big static thing but has very modular architecture. It glues several other powerful KDE development tools together, such as the advanced editor (kate), a formatting tool (astyle) or the interface documentation tool (Doxygen).

For detailed information on KDevelop, see the official homepage on http://www.kdevelop.org.


Initial Author: Matthias Ettrich


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