KDE Frameworks 5.23 Released

Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 13 June 2016 at 05:59 PM EDT. 1 Comment
KDE Frameworks 5.23 was announced today as the latest major update to this collection of add-on libraries complementing Qt5.

KDE Frameworks 5.23 contains a lot of improvements to the KWayland component but there are also many Breeze icon updates, a major rework to the KDE Doxygen API docs generation, a number of improvements to KTextEditor, cantata system tray support in the Plasma Framework, and other icon updates.

KWayland work for KDE Frameworks 5.23 includes improved handling when clients disconnect from the server, introducing an initial state event to the Plasma Window protocol, support for touch events, some new interfaces, and various fixes.

More details on KDE Frameworks 5.23 can be found via the official release announcement posted to KDE.org.
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