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Revision as of 14:55, 5 August 2014

This is a list of planned features for the SC 4.14 release.

See also:


Legend:

  • to do => not started yet
  • in-progress => started, but not completed yet
  • done => completed

Contents

kdesdk

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

kdeedu

Status Project Description Contact
DONE Cantor New backend: Lua Lucas Negri <lucashnegri@gmail.com>
DONE Cantor Use utf8 on LaTeX entries Lucas Negri <lucashnegri@gmail.com>
DONE Cantor Add CTRL+Space as alternative default code completion to

Cantor worksheet

Filipe Saraiva <filipe@kde.org>
DONE Cantor Support to plot extension in Python 2 backend Filipe Saraiva <filipe@kde.org>
DONE Cantor Support to linear algebra extension in Python 2 backend Filipe Saraiva <filipe@kde.org>
DONE Cantor Support to packaging extension in Sage, Octave, backends. Filipe Saraiva <filipe@kde.org>
DONE Cantor Support to autorun scripts in Python 2, Scilab, Octave, Sage, Maxima, Qalculate and KAlgebra backends. Filipe Saraiva <filipe@kde.org>



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