KDevelop 4.6 Improves Its UI, GDB Support, PHP
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 10 December 2013 at 12:13 AM EST. 3 Comments
KDevelop 4.6.0 was released on Monday as the latest version of the KDE-focused integrated development environment.

First of all, KDevelop 4.6.0 improves debugging support with GDB. The GDB integration improvements include some operations now going into effect immediately rather than needing to re-run the program, debugging from external terminals is now better, and there's a CPU registers toolview. KDevelopers' CPU registers toolview also allows for showing and editing all user-mode registers and general purpose flags for x86/x86_64/ARMv7 platforms.

Other KDevelop 4.6.0 changes include greater language support within the PHP plug-in, Python language support improvements, more C++11 language support, improved project management, and a clean-up to the IDE's user-interface.

More details on the fresh release of KDevelop 4.6.0 can be found from the KDevelop.org announcement.
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