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{{FeatureInProgress|KSudoku|Add Killer Sudoku puzzle types, in which there are irregular cages and the cells in a cage must add up to a given total, but the usual Sudoku rules for rows, columns and blocks also apply and the digits in a cage must not repeat. Possible puzzle sizes are 4x4 with 2x2 blocks and the usual 9x9 with 3x3 blocks.|iandw.au@gmail.com|Ian Wadham}}
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{{FeatureInProgress|KSudoku|Add Mathdoku (aka KenKen TM) puzzle types, in which each cage has an add, subtract, multiply or divide operator and a given result. Sudoku rules apply to rows and columns only and digits can repeat within a cage. Puzzles may range in size from 3x3 to 9x9, with digit ranges 1-3 up to 1-9.|iandw.au@gmail.com|Ian Wadham}}
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{{FeatureInProgress|KSudoku|Add a DLX (Dancing Links) solver (algorithm by Donald Knuth) for Mathdoku and Killer Sudoku puzzles.|iandw.au@gmail.com|Ian Wadham}}
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Revision as of 21:29, 28 June 2015

This is a list of planned features for the KDE Application 15.08 release.

See also:


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  • to do => not started yet
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kdegames

Status Project Description Contact
IN PROGRESS KSudoku Add Killer Sudoku puzzle types, in which there are irregular cages and the cells in a cage must add up to a given total, but the usual Sudoku rules for rows, columns and blocks also apply and the digits in a cage must not repeat. Possible puzzle sizes are 4x4 with 2x2 blocks and the usual 9x9 with 3x3 blocks. Ian Wadham <iandw.au@gmail.com>
IN PROGRESS KSudoku Add Mathdoku (aka KenKen TM) puzzle types, in which each cage has an add, subtract, multiply or divide operator and a given result. Sudoku rules apply to rows and columns only and digits can repeat within a cage. Puzzles may range in size from 3x3 to 9x9, with digit ranges 1-3 up to 1-9. Ian Wadham <iandw.au@gmail.com>
IN PROGRESS KSudoku Add a DLX (Dancing Links) solver (algorithm by Donald Knuth) for Mathdoku and Killer Sudoku puzzles. Ian Wadham <iandw.au@gmail.com>


kdesdk

Status Project Description Contact
TO DO Umbrello Link Umbrello Development List <umbrello-devel@kde.org>
IN PROGRESS Umbrello Link Umbrello Development List <umbrello-devel@kde.org>
DONE Umbrello Link Umbrello Development List <umbrello-devel@kde.org>


kdeutils

Status Project Description Contact
IN PROGRESS Ark Enable extraction of multiple selected files - Link Ragnar Thomsen <rthomsen6@gmail.com>
IN PROGRESS Ark Create password-protected archives with Ark - Link Elvis Angelaccio <elvis.angelaccio@kdemail.net>
IN PROGRESS Ark Support for Ark settings dialog - Link Elvis Angelaccio <elvis.angelaccio@kdemail.net>
DONE Ark Fix password never being asked again after a wrong one - Link Elvis Angelaccio <elvis.angelaccio@kdemail.net>



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