KDE Gear

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Original author(s)KDE
Developer(s)KDE
Initial releaseDecember 17, 2014; 9 years ago (2014-12-17)[1]
Stable release
23.08.3[2] Edit this on Wikidata / 9 November 2023
Preview release
22.07.80[3] Edit this on Wikidata / 15 July 2022
Repository
Written inC++, QML
Operating systemLinux, FreeBSD, et al.
Type
LicenseGNU Lesser General Public License
Websiteapps.kde.org
Konsole, KDE's terminal application, and Dolphin, KDE's file manager, two of KDE's core applications

The KDE Gear (also known as the KDE Applications Bundle or KDE Applications) is a set of applications and supporting libraries that are developed by the KDE community,[4] primarily used on Linux-based operating systems but mostly multiplatform, and released on a common release schedule.

The bundle is composed of over 100 applications. Examples of prominent applications in the bundle include the file manager Dolphin, document viewer Okular, text editor Kate, archiving tool Ark and terminal emulator Konsole.[5]

Previously the KDE Applications Bundle was part of the KDE Software Compilation.

Extragear[edit]

Software that is not part of the official KDE Applications bundle can be found in the "Extragear" section. They release on their own schedule and feature their own versioning numbers. There are many standalone applications like KTorrent, Krita or Amarok that are mostly designed to be portable between operating systems and deployable independent of a particular workspace or desktop environment. Some brands consist of multiple applications, such as Calligra Office Suite or KDE Kontact. There are several options for obtaining and installing KDE applications under Linux. Moreover, most of the KDE platform and applications have been ported to OpenBSD and NetBSD. While prior editions of KDE were often seen on other flavors of Unix, such as Solaris the popularity of the open source alternatives running on a wide range of hardware (having been ported to nearly every RISC and x86 64 processors) has made KDE projects on similar OSs less obvious.[citation needed]

List of applications part of the bundle[edit]

Development[edit]

Software development[edit]

KDE SDK[6][7] is a collection of two dozen distinct integrated (both within the SDK but also with other KDE applications, e.g. many work with Dolphin, the default file manager) applications and components that work with/are part of KDevelop,[8] and is suitable for general purpose software development in a range of languages. It provides the tooling used to engineer KDE, and is particularly rich in tools to support Qt and C++ development, as well as the more fashionable Rust, Python, etc.

  • Most of the KDE SDK is available for Windows and macOS in addition to Linux and BSD.[9]
  • While created for the KDE desktop, prebuilt binary software, including nightly releases, is available for Mac OS, Linux (via AppImage,[10] AppStream[11] or Flathub,[12] as well as Snap[13]), as well as via most major Linux distributions package managers,[14] in addition to the source code via KDE Gitlab.[6][15]
  • Windows installers for production/released version of Kate,[16] KDevelop[9] and Umbrello[17] are available as well as via the store.
    • Several KDE applications are available for Android using the Kirigami framework.[18] built using KDevelop including KDE Connect,[19] KDE Itinerary, a digital travel assistant that integrates train, bus, and air bookings with maps, the KDE Kalendar application, and boarding passes,[20] and KAlgebra, a graphing scientific calculator.

Various other packages are being built for testing on Android, although plans for some of the core parts of the SDK (e.g. Kate) have not been announced.

  • Unless noted, KDE applications can use KIO slaves for ftp, http, ftp over ssh (fish) , Google drive, WebDAV to browse/access files just as they can local files, samba (Windows shared files), archives, man, and info pages. E.g. to browse a WebDAV location, in place of the file path, webdav://www.hostname.com/path/.
  • The various components can be used on their own (e.g. Kate as a general purpose text editor) on their own, or in combination (e.g. Kate uses KDiff3 internally to compare cached autorecovery file with the last saved version).
  • Kate – an advanced text editor for programmers, and general text editor.[21][7]
    • As of KDE 4, KEdit has been replaced by Kate &/or Kwrite.[22]
  • KDevelop – an integrated development environment for multiple languages,[23] with a plug-in/extension framework (e.g. plug-ins for PHP,[24] Ruby,[25] Python,[26] Markdown documentation authoring/preview,[27] a SVG viewer,[28] etc.), and control flow viewer.
    • Supported languages include: C/C++ and ObjC (backed by the Clang/LLVM libraries)
      • Including some extra features for the Qt Framework
      • Including language support for CUDA and OpenCL
      • Qt QML and JavaScript, Python, PHP
    • In addition to the "supported" languages, there is syntax highlighting for a wide range of mark-up, configuration, programming, scripting, and data languages.
    • GUI integration with multiple different version control systems including Git,[29][30] Bazaar, Subversion, CVS, Mercurial (hg),[31] and Perforce.
    • Support for CMake and QMake, as well as generic and custom build files.
  • Cervisia – CVS frontend[32]

[33]

  • KDESvn – graphical Subversion client
  • KAppTemplate – Template-based code project generator[34][35][36]
  • KDiff3 – Diff/Patch frontend (see Comparison of file comparison tools)
  • Kommander – Dynamic dialog editor
  • Kompare – Diff/Patch frontend[37]
  • Lokalize – a computer–aided translation system[38]
  • Okteta - a hex editor
  • Poxml
  • Swappo
  • Clazy Qt-oriented static code analyzer based on the Clang framework[39]
  • Massif Visualizer – Visualizer for Valgrind Massif data files[40]
  • Umbrello – UML diagram application[41]
  • ELF Dissector ELF binary inspector[42]
  • Fielding REST API tester[43]
  • Doxyqml Doxygen filter to allow generation of API Documentation for QML
  • Heaptrack traces all memory allocations and annotates these events with stack traces.

KDebugSettings[44]

  • KUIViewer[45] views UI files (e.g. from Qt Designer).

Dferry D-Bus library and tools[46] CuteHMI Open-source HMI (Human Machine Interface) software written in C++ and QML.

Web development[edit]

  • KImageMapEditor – an HTML image map editor[47]
  • KXSLDbg – an XSLT debugger

Education[edit]

Science[edit]

  • Cirkuit – An application to generate publication-ready figures[48]
  • KBibTeX – an application to manage bibliography databases in the BibTeX format
  • Semantik – a mindmapping-like tool for document generation[49][50]
  • RKWard – an easy to use, transparent frontend to R
  • KTechLab - an IDE for electronic and PIC microcontroller circuit design and simulation

Games[edit]

  • Bomber – arcade Bombing Game
  • Bovo – Five–in–a–row Board Game
  • Granatier – a Bomberman clone
  • Kajongg – a Mahjong Board Game. Can play against robots or in multiplayer over network.
  • Kapman – Pac-Man Clone
  • KAtomic – a clone of the early 1990s commercial game Atomix
  • KBattleship – Battleship-style game
  • KBlackbox – Black–box logic game. Shoot rays into a black box to find some balls
  • KBlocks – a Tetris clone
  • KBounce – a JezzBall clone
  • KBreakout – a Breakout type game
  • KDiamond – a Bejeweled type game
  • KFourInLine – Four–in–a–row Board Game
  • KGoldrunner – Hunt Gold, Dodge Enemies and Solve Puzzles
  • Kigo – a Go Board Game
  • Kiriki – a Yahtzee game
  • KJumpingCube – a board game where players make boxes change color and try to succeed in taking over the board
  • KMahjongg – Mahjong solitaire
  • KMines – Minesweeper game
  • KNetWalk – a puzzle game. The player must arrange sections of wire to connect the computers
  • Knights – Chess board program[51]
  • Kolf – a Golf game
  • Kollision – a game of dexterity
  • GNUlactic Konquest – Galactic Strategy Game
  • KPatience – Patience Card Game
  • KReversi – Othello/Reversi game
  • KShisen
  • KsirK
  • KSpaceDuel
  • KSquares
  • KSudoku
  • KTron
  • KTuberling
  • Kubrick
  • LsKat
  • Palapeli

Toys[edit]

  • AMOR – Amusing Misuse Of Resources. Desktop creature
  • KTeaTime – Tea cooking timer
  • KTux
  • KWeather

Graphics[edit]

Internet[edit]

Multimedia[edit]

Playback[edit]

  • Amarok – Audio player and music manager, includes support for web music services[56]
  • Audex – an easy to use audio CD ripping application
  • Bangarang – a media player[57]
  • Dragon Player – a simple and usability–focused multimedia player (formerly known as Codeine)
  • JuK – Jukebox and music manager
  • Kaffeine – Multimedia player
  • KMPlayer – Video player plugin for Konqueror
  • KPlayer – Multimedia player and library
  • KRadio – an internet and AM/FM radio application[58]
  • Elisa - Music player with simple, flexible interface

Production[edit]

  • K3b – CD and DVD burning application
  • k3bISO – ISO manager
  • Kamoso – an application to take pictures and videos from webcam[59]
  • KdenliveVideo editor
  • Kid3 – an MP3, Ogg/Vorbis and FLAC tag editor[60]
  • KMediaFactory – a template based DVD authoring tool[61]
  • KMix – Sound Mixer
  • KoverArtist – a program for the fast creation of covers for CD/DVD cases and boxes.[62]
  • Kubeplayer – a video player dedicated to play online videos.[63]
  • soundKonverter – a frontend to various audio converters

Office[edit]

System[edit]

  • Apper, formerly called KPackageKit – Package Manager with support for several formats (e.g. .deb, rpm)
  • Dolphin – a navigational file manager
  • Filelight – a disk space viewer
  • katimon – an unofficial ATI graphics card temperature monitor
  • KBluetooth – Bluetooth connections
  • KCron – an application for scheduling programs to run in the background using cron
  • KDE Connect – Allows an Android device to wirelessly interact with the Linux Desktop through the network with interactions such as file sharing and turning your phone into a pc keyboard or touchpad.
  • KDE Partition Manager – a partition editor
  • KDE System Guard – an enhanced task manager and system monitor
  • KDiskFree – a disk space information utility
  • Kinfocenter – a system and computer information utility
  • Konsole – a terminal emulator
  • Krfb – a desktop sharing program
  • Krusader - an orthodox file manager
  • KSystemLog – a system log viewer
  • KWallet – a secure password manager
  • Printer Applet – system tray icon for managing print jobs
  • System Settings
  • Yakuake – drop-down terminal emulator (modeled after Quake's)[66][67]

Utilities[edit]

  • Ark – a file archiver
  • BasKet Note Pads – a multi–purpose note–taking application
  • KAlarm – a personal alarm scheduler
  • Kate – a Text editor for programmers
  • KBarcode4–light – a simple barcode generator
  • KCalc – a calculation application
  • KCharSelect – a character mapping tool
  • KFind – a file and folder finder
  • KFloppy – a floppy disk formatting tool
  • KGPG – a graphical frontend for GnuPG
  • Kleopatra – Certificate Manager and Unified Crypto GUI
  • KRename – Batch renaming of files
  • Krusader – a twin panel file manager
  • KTimer – a countdown launcher
  • KTimeTracker – a personal time tracker
  • KWrite – a text editor
  • Okteta – a hex editor
  • RSIBreak – Makes sure you rest now and then
  • Sweeper – a system cleaner

Accessibility[edit]

  • KMag – a screen magnifying tool
  • KMouseTool – Automatic Mouse Click
  • KMouth – a speech synthesizer frontend

Discontinued[edit]

Unmaintained Applications[68]

  • Blogilo – a blogging client[69]
  • kdetv – TV viewer
  • Jovie – text to audible speech
  • KAppfinder – a menu updating tool
  • Karbon – a scalable graphics application
  • Katapult - a free application launcher
  • KAudioCreator – CD ripping and encoding[49]
  • KDM – a login manager
  • KEdit – a text editor, has been replaced by Kate &/or Kwrite[22]
  • KDirStat – a graphical disk usage utility (superseded by QDirStat or K4DirStat)[70][71]
  • KEduca - an educational software
  • KFileReplace – a file search and replace tool
  • KFTPGrabber – a graphical FTP client
  • KBFX - an application launcher
  • Kiosk Admin Tool – predefine desktop configurations
  • KLinkStatus – a link checker
  • KMess – an IM client[72]
  • KMid – MIDI and karaoke file (*.kar) player[73]
  • KMLDonkey – a graphical frontend for MLDonkey
  • KNC – a graphical orthodox file manager
  • KNemo – a network monitor
  • KNode – usenet newsgroups
  • KOffice – an office suite that was superseded by Calligra Suite
  • Komposé - a fullscreen task switcher
  • KPager – desktop pager
  • KPDF – a PDF viewer[74]
  • KPPP – an Internet dial–up tool
  • Kraft – a document creator for small businesses[75]
  • KRecipes – a cook book
  • KRemoteControl – remote Controls
  • KSame – color matching game
  • KSaoLaJi – a system cleaner[76]
  • KsCD – CD Player
  • KSig – signature app
  • KSnapshot – a screenshot tool
  • Kst – real-time large-dataset viewing and plotting tool[77]
  • KUIViewer – Qt Designer UI File Viewer
  • KUser – a user managing tool
  • Kwlan – a wireless LAN manager
  • KXDocker - an application launcher
  • Mailody - an e–mail client
  • QtParted – Partition editor
  • Quanta Plus – IDE for XML–based languages
  • RecordItNow – Record desktop[78]
  • Simon – Speech Recognition
  • SuperKaramba – desktop applets program

next[edit]

Releases[edit]

The KDE Applications Bundle is released every four months and has bugfix releases in each intervening month. A date-based version scheme is used, which is composed of the year and month. A third digit is used for bugfix releases.[79]

With the April 2021 release, the KDE Applications Bundle has been renamed to KDE Gear.[4]

KDE Applications Bundle release history
Version Key feature Date
Old version, no longer maintained: 14.12[1] Kate, Konsole, Gwenview, KAlgebra, Kanagram, KHangman, Kig, Parley, KApptemplate and Okteta ported to KDE Frameworks 5. 17 Dec 2014
Old version, no longer maintained: 15.04[80] Rocs, Cantor, Kompare, Kdenlive and KDE Telepathy ported to KDE Frameworks 5. 15 Apr 2015
Old version, no longer maintained: 15.08[81] Dolphin and Ark ported to KDE Frameworks 5. Technology preview of KF5-based Kontact suite. 19 Aug 2015
Old version, no longer maintained: 15.12[82] KSnapshot was replaced by Spectacle, KTuberling, Klickety and KNavalBattle have also been updated to use KDE Frameworks 5. 16 Dec 2015
Old version, no longer maintained: 16.04[83] New music education software (Minuet), KHelpCenter now part of KDE Applications, bugfixes to Kontact, Ark 20 Apr 2016
Old version, no longer maintained: 16.08[84] Kolourpaint, Cervisia, KDiskFree, The Kontact Suite, Marble 18 Aug 2016
Old version, no longer maintained: 16.12[85] Kwave; Okular, Konqueror, KGpg, KTouch and Kalzium ported to KDE Frameworks 5. 15 Dec 2016
Old version, no longer maintained: 17.04[86] 20 Apr 2017
Old version, no longer maintained: 17.08[87] 17 Aug 2017
Old version, no longer maintained: 17.12[88] 14 Dec 2017
Old version, no longer maintained: 18.04[89] 19 Apr 2018
Old version, no longer maintained: 18.08[90] 16 Aug 2018
Old version, no longer maintained: 18.12[91] 13 Dec 2018
Old version, no longer maintained: 19.04[92] 18 Apr 2019
Old version, no longer maintained: 19.08[93] 15 Aug 2019
Old version, no longer maintained: 19.12[94] 12 Dec 2019
Old version, no longer maintained: 20.04[95] 23 Apr 2020
Old version, no longer maintained: 20.08[96] 13 Aug 2020
Old version, no longer maintained: 20.12[97] 10 Dec 2020
Old version, no longer maintained: 21.04[98] 22 Apr 2021
Old version, no longer maintained: 21.08[99] 12 Aug 2021
Old version, no longer maintained: 21.12[100] 9 Dec 2021
Old version, no longer maintained: 22.04[101] 21 Apr 2022
Old version, no longer maintained: 22.08[102] 18 Aug 2022
Old version, no longer maintained: 22.12[103] 8 Dec 2022
Old version, no longer maintained: 23.04[104] 20 Apr 2023
Current stable version: 23.08[105] 24 Aug 2023
Legend:
Old version
Older version, still maintained
Latest version
Latest preview version
Future release

See also[edit]

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