KDE Frameworks 5.51 Released

Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 15 October 2018 at 05:17 AM EDT. 10 Comments
KDE Frameworks 5.51 is out today as the latest monthly update to this collection of KDE libraries complementing Qt5.

Some of the notable work in KDE Frameworks 5.51 includes:

- KWayland has a number of Wayland server fixes.

- The Breeze icon set now provides icons for 2x scaling, some new icons, and other changes.

- A variety of Kirigami UI framework improvements.

- Many KIO fixes.

- Various fixes to the Baloo file indexer.

- The KDE Prison barcode library now supports Code 128 barcodes, the standard widely used throughout shipping and packaging industries.

More details on Frameworks 5.51 at KDE.org.
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