KDE Frameworks 5.60 Released With Many Changes & Fixes
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 13 July 2019 at 08:41 AM EDT. 14 Comments
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Today marks the immediate availability of KDE Frameworks 5.60.

KDE Frameworks 5.60 is the latest monthly update for this collection of add-on libraries complementing Qt5. Some of the changes with KDE Frameworks 5.60 include:

- Qt 5.11 or newer is made a hard requirement.

- Many Baloo fixes.

- New BluezQt Bluetooth APIs for media transport and LE (Low Energy).

- Many KIO fixes.

- Various updates to Kirigami.

- A proof-of-concept protocol for KWayland to provide key-state data engine support.

- Solid will now shouw mounted overlay file-systems via fstab.

- KDE syntax highlighting has updates for C++20, CMake 3.15, and improved Fortran highlighting.

More details on the Frameworks 5.60 changes via KDE.org.

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