KDE Frameworks 5.68 Release Brought Many Fixes
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 15 March 2020 at 11:15 AM EDT. 1 Comment
KDE --
Flying under our radar until now was that KDE Frameworks 5.68 was released last week as the monthly update to this collection of KDE-minded libraries complementing the Qt tool-kit.

Among the dozens of changes with KDE Frameworks 5.68 are:

- New Breeze icons.

- KAuth has dropped its PolicyKit back-end while simplifying their Polkit1 back-end.

- Various fixes to Baloo.

- The kded5 command now has a --replace option.

- Various Qt 5.14 support additions.

- Various Kirigami UI framework updates.

- Android support improvements.

- Fixes for KWayland.

- Purpose has dropped Twitter support.

- Syntax highlighting for Java properties, RPM spec handling improvements, Solidity, and other language/scripting work.

The complete list of library changes to KDE Frameworks 5.68 via KDE.org.
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