Bug#2636: marked as done (Duff application created)

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Package: kdevelop
Version: 1.1beta2
Severity: grave

Bugreport ID : 11:46,03.02.00

Originator	: John Summerfield
E-Mail		: summer at os2.ami.com.au

Subject : Duff application created

Error Class	: software bug
Error Location	: I don´t know
Priority	: high
Bug Description ---------------------------

I've fiddled with kdoc - now it warns, not croaks; here's the new code:
	local $cwd=`pwd`;
	unless (open( INPUT, "$currentfile" ) )
			system "ls -l";
			warn  "Can't read from file $currentfile while in directory $cwd";

With this change, I can generate a KDE application, but it does NOT build.

The application has this include for a header that does not exist on my system.

#include <kmessagebox.h>

As I actually BUILD kdevelop on this system. I expect I have in place all the libraries I should want.

How to repeat the error -------------------

Fiddle with kdoc as above.
Create a 'normal' KDE app.
Try to build it.

Bugfix or Workaround ----------------------

System Information ------------------------

KDevelop version	: 1.1beta2
KDE version		: kdebase-1.1.2-10
QT version		: 1.44 (I've got 2.0 too but kdevelop, it seems, doesn't like it)
OS/Distribution		: Red hat Linux 6.1
Compiler		: egcs-1.1.2-24

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