Bug#1859: marked as done (shell commands at wrong directory [16:45,31.08.99])
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Bugreport ID : 16:45,31.08.99
Originator : Marko Grönroos
E-Mail : magi at iki.fi
Subject : shell commands at wrong directory
Error Class : software bug
Error Location: I don´t know
Priority : high
Bug Description ---------------------------
I get the kdevelop started, and a project created. But then,
all autoconf, automake, configure, gmake and other
commands that are run fail.
Is just writes:
aclocal: couldn't open 'configure.in': No such file or directory
...and same with other commands. The reason is that it tries
to execute the commands in the HOME directory, not in
the project directory. I tested this by copying the configure.in
file to my home directory.
I am using bash, so this shouldn't be the tcsh problem.
I had similar problems with kdevelop 0.4, but I think that was
the tcsh problem.
I got kdevelop working nicely with kde1.1.1pre2 that
came with RH6.0. But then I upgraded to kde1.1.1-rh6
(which DOES have some strange things such as
missing kvt), and compiled kdevelop1.0beta2 again,
but now it doesn't work anymore.
How to repeat the error -------------------
I don't know.
Bugfix or Workaround ----------------------
System Information ------------------------
KDevelop version : 1.0beta2
KDE version : 1.1.1rh6.0
QT version : 1.44
OS/Distribution : Linux 2.2.12, RedHat6.0
Compiler : egcs
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