KDE Frameworks 5.3 Brings Many Small But Notable Fixes

Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 7 October 2014 at 11:46 AM EDT. Add A Comment
The third monthly point release to the KDE Frameworks 5 stack is now available.

KDE Frameworks 5.3 has KWindowSystem improvements needed for KWin, KIO improvements, many fixes to KService's KPluginInfo, memory leak fixes, a new FreeDesktop.org back-end to replace UPower/Udev/Systemd back-ends for Solid but not yet the default, and fixes for use with Qt 5.4.

More information on today's KDE Frameworks 5.3 release can be found via the KDE.org announcement. For those wishing to fetch these latest KDE Frameworks 5 packages, if you don't already know how, stop by the KDE.org Wiki for binary package information.
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