KDE Frameworks 5.28 Brings Many KWayland Improvements, Relative Pointer Protocol
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 15 November 2016 at 11:35 AM EST. 1 Comment
KDE --
The KDE community has today announced the release of KDE Frameworks 5.28.0 as the latest update to this massive collection of add-on library components to complement Qt5.

KDE Frameworks 5.28 ships with many KIO improvements, new Python bindings for some components, many KWayland improvements including some crash fixes and relative pointer protocol support, Plasma Framework improvements, UDisks2 back-end support for Solid on FreeBSD, and other corrections.

More details on KDE Frameworks 5.28 via the KDE.org release announcement.
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