KDevelop 5.6 IDE Brings Better Stability, Performance

Written by Michael Larabel in Programming on 7 September 2020 at 05:21 PM EDT. 7 Comments
Version 5.6 of KDevelop as the KDE-focused integrated development environment is now available.

KDevelop 5.6 isn't the most exciting IDE release in recent times but brings with it a focus on better stability, performance, and with future maintainability in mind for its code-base.

KDevelop 5.6 does bring with it the ability to display inline notes for problems at the end of the line, better CMake project support with a variety of improvements, better C++ language support, better PHP language handling, support for Python 3.9, and a variety of other improvements.

More details on the KDevelop 5.6 release and for downloads via KDevelop.org.
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