Right now, around 40 developers are working together on bringing KDE to other platforms in Randa (Switzerland) for an entire week.
So far, I just fixed some bugs, e.g.:
- Kate: Correctly restore view config of all split views (commit, bug, review)
- Kate: Sort Kate Session Menu alphabetically (commit, bug, review)
- Kate: Avoid hidden view spaces on start (commit, bug, review)
- Kate, KDevelop: Tab Switcher Plugin: Make sure the height fits all items (commit, bug)
Much more work is going on, especially also with bringing Kate to Mac OS, or making it work better on Windows. For instance, thanks to Kåre and David, renaming documents already works now, and soon the filesystem browser plugin will be available in the next Kate on Windows release 🙂
If you want to support us, please donate to help us keeping up these developer meetings.
Yesterday afternoon I and others arrived in Randa. After some first meetup, started to try out how much work it is to e.g. compile Konsole or KDevelop on my Mac without patching Qt and stuff.
Two review requests pending to get Konsole working at least on some basic level. Lets see what more is needed to get it in some usable state (at least the terminal toolview in Kate now can use the konsole part ;=)
Tomorrow I will start to travel to the Randa Meeting 2016.
I hope I can help to make it possible to spread KF5 based stuff more easy on platforms like Windows & Mac.
Lets see what can be done, will be an interesting week ;=)
If you want to support us, please consider to donate, we have a fundraising campaign running!
Just as quick info, with the next KDE Frameworks 5 release, namely KF5 version 5.23, the KTextEditor framework gains a Breeze Dark color scheme. The colors mostly stick to the Breeze color palette, with some minor changes, since KTextEditor needs more colors the the color palette itself ships. To use this color scheme, go to the config dialog and choose “Breeze Dark” in the Fonts & Colors config page. We hope this is useful – mandatory screenshot:
Update: Screenshot of KDevelop 5 with Breeze Dark theme and color schema: