KDevelop 4.7 Beta Comes Packed With New Features
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 4 July 2014 at 08:43 AM EDT. 7 Comments
Incorporating months of development time, KDevelop 4.7 is now in beta and comes "packed with new features, lots of bug fixes as well as many performance improvement" for this KDE integrated development environment.

KDevelop 4.7 Beta 1 features CMake support improvements, support for the Bazaar/Bzr version control system, better support for PHP namespaces and tranits aliases, improvements towards cross-compile toolchain support, and performance improvements -- notably with a greatly reduced memory footprint.

More information on today's KDevelop 4.7 Beta 1 release can be found via the project site.
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