I updated the bundles, now they are release builds of Kate & KWrite and they contain less frameworks. The size is only one half of the last bundles, less than 50 MB per app. Visit “Get It” for the download links or below.
As we now have some binaries available for Windows & Mac, I renovated the “Get It” page.
You now have there links to the latest versions of our binaries (installer for Windows & application bundle for Mac) beside the link to the distribution packages for Linux/BSD/* as provided by our dear packagers.
For building Kate from sources, we now have the building instructions on a separate “Build It” page.
We will try to update the binary builds in the next days at Randa.
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.
I just created new bundles for Kate & KWrite.
By accident they are a bit large, as stuff as web engine is moved to the bundle, but they should work ;=)
How to create them?
mac.txt in kate.git shows how that works.
But you need a macqtdeploy with the patch for QTBUG-48836.
Thanks to the Randa meetup I got time for this, if you want to sponsor, click the image below 😉