KDevelop 5.2 Beta Brings New Heap Profiler, Better C++ & PHP Support
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 2 October 2017 at 02:10 PM EDT. 17 Comments
KDE --
The first beta of KDevelop 5.2 is now available as the KDE-focused integrated development environment.

New code analysis functionality in KDevelop 5.2 includes Heaptrack as a C/C++ heap memory profiler and cppcheck is now enabled by default for static analysis of C++ programs. On the language side, KDevelop 5.2 has been working on better C++ support as well as improved PHP language support and also some fixes/improvements for Python.

KDevelop 5.2 Beta 1 also has a Perforce VCS implementation for those still using this proprietary revision control system.

More details on KDevelop 5.2 Beta 1 via KDevelop.org.
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