Hi,First off : mirror check is all green.kdevelop-php requires kdevelop-4.5.1 :: kdevelop-php : requiert kdevelop=4.5.1 I don't use kdevelop-php, so it isn't an issue for me, more like an FYI post and kdevelop-php-docs requires kdevelop-php. So both need updating.Thanks,Serafean
I'm running 14.0-64 plus security update packages. Normally I prefer to avoid the bleeding edge and just do full version upgrades rather than try to keep -current. But I'd like to bring KDevelop up to the -current level.
The KDevelop team has announced the immediate availability for download of the KDevelop 4.6 software, which comes with improved performance, lots of new features, and assorted bug fixes. Kdevelop 4.6 is programing-language independent and can be used by programs like Quanta, Kile, KtechLab, and so on.
The KDevelop Hackers are proud and happy to announce that KDevelop 4.0 is finally available as a stable release. Released together is the first version of KDevelop PHP plugins, which make KDevelop a very interesting option for PHP developers.
KDevelop is a free, open source Integrated Development Environment. After two eventful months the KDevelop team is happy to announce the immediate availability of KDevelop 4.2.3. This is a stable release which fixes dozens of bugs.
KDevelop 4.2.2 fixes dozens of bugs. Many thanks to all the contributors who made this possible. Every user is urged to upgrade to this new release. Packagers are notified, most people should hence just wait for an update in their distribution. As usual this release also contains a new version of the PHP language plugin for KDevelop.
I tried to install KDevelop4, decided I didn't want to use it, and now I am having trouble getting KDevelop3 working again.
The only steps to installing kdevelop4 were installing a new version of kdevplatform and then kdevelop itself. I did this:
1) sudo yum remove "kdevplatform* kdevelop*"
2) disable updates and testing repo