|An Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for Linux, Mac OS X and MS Windows|
History (inspired by Wikipedia)
The KDevelop project started in 1998 at the University of Potsdam (Germany). The first released 0.1 was released the same year.
KDevelop has experienced several rewrites. The first time was with version 3.x by Bernd Gehrmann in 2001 and the second time was with version 4.x with a more object-oriented architecture in 2009.
The development of KDevelop 5 started in August 2014 as a port of the KDevelop 4 codebase for qt5 and kf5. The custom c++ parser was abandoned in favor of clang and the CMake interpreter was also replaced in favor of using the JSON metadata given by CMake. KDevelop 5 was released in August 2016.
- Support multiple version control systems Git, Bazaar, Subversion, CVS, Mercurial (hg), Perforce
- Support multiple build system CMake, QMake, Makefile, Meson, ...
- Quick Code Navigation (Jump to declaration/definition)
- Code comprehension (Syntax highlighting, semantic code completion)
- Documentation integration
- Integration support for multiple static analyzers: Clang-tidy, Clazy and the Cppcheck
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