segundo at otica.ufpb.br
Tue Jun 26 15:40:26 UTC 2001
But it doesn't work... it needs the makefile, and other files.
I would like to choose an clean project.
from: Roland Krause <rokrau at yahoo.com>
>What's the big deal?
>Create your project. Compile, and if you dont like the makefiles delete
--- Pedro Chaves de Souza Segundo <segundo at otica.ufpb.br> wrote:
> But to use the kdevelop I have to create an project...
> Harald Fernengel wrote:
> > Hi,
> > > I have a simple c++ program, and to compile I do:
> > > g++ program.c -o program
> > > And I would like to compile an plain c++, but I don't want
> > > neither other files... What can I do?
> > >
> > > I like the kdevelop enviroment, but I think I can't use for my
> > > program :-(
> > Hm, a solution would be to add "g++" as a "Tool" in the "Tools
> Setup". Click
> > on "Capture output" to see whether there were errors. You can then
> > using the "Tools" menu.
> > Harry
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