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KDE: KF6, KDE Frameworks, ELF Dissector, and Latte Dock

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  • Investigating Library Dependencies with ELF Dissector

    With the upcoming KF6 transition we have the chance again to further untangle and clean up dependencies between KDE Frameworks. There’s a number of tools that help us with analyzing the current state of dependencies, one that we didn’t have when KF5 was started is ELF Dissector.

    Library-level Dependencies

    When looking at dependencies we usually start at the module or library level, with something as simple and widely available like ldd. For nicer visualization, script like KDE’s draw_lib_dependencies exist to visualize the result. CMake also provides a similar option to produce a built-time dependency graph.

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  • Latte Dock HowTo Session #1 | The Basics

    Hello everyone, this is the first episode from Latte HowTo Sessions. For all these episodes, upcoming Latte v0.10 will be used to demonstrate different options and areas of Latte Dock applicaiton.

KDE Developers Polish The Desktop Ahead Of Next Month's Plasma

  • KDE Developers Polish The Desktop Ahead Of Next Month's Plasma 5.22

    KDE developers remain very active polishing up the KDE desktop and addressing various bugs ahead of next month's Plasma 5.22 feature release.

    KDE Plasma 5.22 remains on track for releasing on 8 June but for that to happen they will be shipping the Plasma 5.22 Beta next week that also marks the hard feature freeze and strings freeze.

    Ahead of next week's beta release, there has been a lot of polishing, UI enhancements, and fixes to Plasma and related components.

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