Bug#20872: marked as done (kdevelop C++ console project creation) by John Birch <jbb at kdevelop.org>

Stephan Kulow owner at bugs.kde.org
Sat Feb 24 21:18:05 UTC 2001

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Subject: kdevelop C++ console project creation
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Package: kdevelop
Version: 2.1 Beta 2
Severity: normal
Installed from: Installed from Debian Package 4:2.1-beta2-1028-3 (testing/unstable)

When creating a C++ terminal application using Kdevelop, 
the actual source directory is non-existent.  As a result, 
no building of the project can be done.

Apparently, when creating the project, the 
<template.tar.gz> file is unpacked to the 
/projectname/skel directory.  From there, nothing is done; 
however I would guess that the projectname/skel directory 
should be renamed to /projectname/projectname, as KDevelop 
is looking for that non-existent directory later on in the 
project creation section.

And, as a result, even the default 'Hello World' app 
cannot be built after creating the project.

Full log is as follows:

Starting with installation
App [Discrete1] Type [cpp]
unpacking <template.tar.gz> in </home/troy/projectname>...
Starting with configuration
creating configuration files...
>make -f Makefile.dist
cat acinclude.m4.in libtool.m4.in >acinclude.m4
make configure...
>LDFLAGS=" " CFLAGS="-O0 -g3 -Wall" CXXFLAGS="-O0 -g3 
creating user documentation...
>sgml2html index.sgml
Processing file index.sgml


Makefile.am:3: required directory ./projectname does not 
make: *** [all] Error 1
sh: ./configure: No such file or directory
Cannot find .//index.SGML

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