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KDevelop hackaton

I am back from Munich, I am at the university now actually :(.

It was a great week though, lots of hacking, knowing people and community building. It is always nice to know the people which have been sharing with you bugs and features :). It was kind of sad leaving the place but well, we had to come back to reality.

In the hacking side, I have been working on the cmake support as a language which is quite ready (we still lack of cache support but i’m planning to add it soon anyway 🙂 ). The rest of KDevelop is taking shape really nicely, it still has some crashes and is having some speed issues that I hope that will be addressed during the following months.

I’ll put some feature review when everything is settled down, but I’m very excited about this new IDE that we will enjoy in some months!

Take care!

KDevelop Developer Meeting – Day[0]

So today the KDevelop hackaton started. Yesterday I spent all the day just to go to Munich, where the hackaton is happening.

It was an usual trip: Police trying to get you naked when checking if you have no weapons, train delays (yeah in Germany, I thought that this didn’t happen here 🙂 and some misunderstandings with the hostel receptionist.

When I got my room (finally), then I managed to get some food from an anonymous international frachise and had a walk in the area near the hostel. Germany is quite scary when it is dark :s…

Today we went at Trolltech offices, where Harald spoke about Qt (history, news and features) and I spoke for a while about KDE4. Then we had lunch break and Alexander exposed his ideas about what he wanted KDevelop 4 to be and we started to discuss about how should it be and how are we goint to make it rock. 🙂

Now, after some rest, it seems we will have some cultural interaction (which seems to involve beer :P)…

Akademy-es 2007

I spent this week end at the Akademy-es in Zaragoza. Besides the cold weather (much colder than here in the coast) it was awesome. The conference was hosted by Hispalinux and Zaragoza Wireless, and they offered us a big enough space, with good wifi connection and power to plug our laptops, just perfect.
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Back to blog

There has passed a lot of days since the last time I blogged. Meanwhile, I have been working on my Summer Of Code (which is CMake support for KDevelop). Now it seems to work, at least someone can load any KDE project and it loads successfully, and it should work with every CMake project, but I have used KDE as to test and it works, obviously there are some missing features but I am working on it to have them soon available.

The last few days I have been working on KAlgebra, I have brought support to piecewise to be able to run conditional operations which is quite good when someone work with libraries :). If someone want to try it just ask me and I will help you, I will give you just a couple of examples :).

fib:=n->piecewise { eq(n,0)?0, eq(n,1)?1, ?fib(n-1)+fib(n-2) }
fact:=n->piecewise { eq(n,1)?1, ? n*fact(n-1) }

The next days I would like to bring multiline input for KAlgebra (yes, have everything in 1 line is ugly) and I will add some new operators such as =,<,> etc to work with it.

See you!

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