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* [https://vimawesome.com/plugin/vim-qml| vim-qml] <br />Syntax highlighting for qml files
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Latest revision as of 13:03, 24 October 2020

Below are the tools one would require to get plasmoids running as well tips on optional tools surrounding development that might be interesting to use.

Knowledge

QML

What QML is and how to write applications using it. Useful resources include:

Software and library requirements

Ubuntu

 # For running simple qml applications that don't import org.kde.plasma*
 sudo apt-get install qmlscene
 
 # For a host of tools including:
 # /usr/bin/plasmoidviewer for testing and view plasmoids
 sudo apt-get install plasma-sdk

Editors

vim

Recommended plugins:


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