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KDE: Clazy/Qt, Kirigami and Kdenlive

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  • Clazy Results Visualizer for Qt

    Clazy is a clang plugin which extends the compiler with over 50 warnings related to Qt best practices ranging from unneeded memory allocations to API misuse. It’s an opensource project spawned by KDAB’s R&D efforts for better C++ tooling.

  • Kirigami Notation App

    And here I am writing on the blog after a long time.
    This time it’s about talking about my new project, becoming a developer!
    Unfortunately I can not study full time (in fact you see the results), however, I am to show you the “results” of my study.
    Thanks to the Kirigami module developed by Marco Martin and the ease of QtQuick here is my first application, that is, the Alpha version. The application for now is called “Notation”, but I will definitely make a vote for the names (suggest the names in the comments below).

  • Kirigami and color palettes

    A new release of Kirigami is about to come with the new version of KDE Frameworks about to be released, 5.38.

  • This week in Kdenlive

    The refactoring branch of Kdenlive is progressing nicely and we hope to merge our code to master in the last days of october to meet the KDE Applications 17.12 release schedule. Today we updated the AppImages of both stable and refactoring branch.

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