While our mailing list is flooded with commit messages and discussions of any kind, those relying on blog posts to get a status update on KDE/FreeBSD initiative (we have a website, d’you know?) might be a bit disappointed by our silence. Well, people, I’m here to fill this need of yours! So please, have a seat, and get ready for a long, long list. OK, not so long.
Tag Archive for 'kdevelop'
This time we were faster. Congrats (KDE SC 4.6.2) was announced yesterday, and has just been committed to the ports tree. It brings a lot of improvements and fixes. Special thanks go to Raphael Kubo da Costa, who ported the release.
What’s next? KOffice 2.3.3, KDevelop 4.2.2, and… an alpha port for Calligra, maybe?
What a big set of updates the one committed today by kde@! While a bit late (but problems should now be solved: thank you PC-BSD!), we are pleased to announce:
- Qt 4.7.2;
- PyQt4 4.8.3;
- KDE SC 4.6.1, featuring an improved ksysguardd on its own (sysutils/ksysguardd, with no dependencies) that can be used for remote monitoring of systems;
- KOffice 2.3.1 (yes, further upgrade of this is planned);
- KDevelop 4.2.0;
- a few other ports you’re probably not interested in, but that you really want to upgrade.
As always, we’d like to say thanks to all helpers and submitters. Writing a list would probably leave someone out, so drop an eye on our mailing list if you want their names.