bug in latest cvs: kdevprj files aren't loaded by KDevelop any more

John Birch jbb at kdevelop.org
Wed Feb 28 18:56:56 UTC 2001

On Thu, 01 Mar 2001 07:32, Ralf Nolden wrote:
> Falk Brettschneider wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I cannot load all my (custom) project files (*.kdevprj) any more. It
> > seems you messed up ckdevelop_noslot.cpp.
> > It tells: they are in a wrong format. It has worked until today.
> John's changed that...I can't load the kdevelop.kdevprj of HEAD anymore
> as well... :-)
> I think checking file permissions should be enough for the project file
> and if the range of the version number is above 1.0,  so checking for
> (1.) would be enough but then please check for (2.) as well because I
> intend to keep that in sync so we know if users have problems by the
> version number of their project file.

Did you guys not read my post to kdevelop on this? 

I did _not_ mess up the ckdevelop_noslot.cpp!!!!! How dare you say that, Falk 
:-)) It is working exactly as I said it would work. 

Now all I need to know is how to properly recognise that it is a kdevelop 
project file. Easiest would be to just check that the key exists.

Also, should the config entry "kdevprj_version" have been changed to 1.4 for 
the release? Is this the kdevelop version rather than the project file 


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