KDevelop 4.3 Does Basic C++11
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 21 March 2012 at 08:57 AM EDT. 6 Comments
After spending nearly a year developing the IDE, KDevelop 4.3 is now available. Among the features of this updated program is support for basic C++11.

The basic C++11 support in KDevelop 4.3 comes down to partial support with understanding initializer lists, lambdas, range-based for loops, and variadic templates. Plus other C++11 features are supported as well as many of the new standard library classes, but support for C++11 within KDevelop isn't yet finalized.

The KDeveloper 4.3 integrated development environment also offers editor restoration, enhanced VCS integration, KDE Projects integration, improved Konsole integration, source formatting, optimizations, and various bug-fixes.

More information on KDevelop 4.3 can be learned (or to download this open-source program) from KDevelop.org.
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