KDevelop can't open the source files whith compiler errors

Amilcar do Carmo Lucas amilcar at ida.ing.tu-bs.de
Mon Sep 1 14:53:05 UTC 2003


Sorry, KDevelop 2.x is no longer under development.

This is one of the 80+ known bugs of KDevelop 2.1.3. The bug has been 
fixed in KDevelop 3.0 cvs HEAD
Please update.

You are strongly advised to update to the latest CVS version of 
KDevelop3, code name gideon, take a look at:
for all the details you need. If you find a problem or need help please 
send a mail to the mailing list:
or drop us a line at the channel #kdevelop on the server irc.kde.org 
using ksirc, for example.
Please use the CVS version and compile it yourself because that way you 
can easily patch it if a bug is found.

KDevelop3 can open Develop2 projects. To do so, goto the "Project -> 
Open Project ... " and select
"KDevelop 2 Project Files" in the "Filter:".
You can have and run KDevelop3 and KDevelop2 at the same time on the 
same computer without any problems.
So migrating is a breeze. :)

Anyway, thanks for reporting the bug. I'm closing it but please feel 
free to reopen it if for some strange
reason the bug presists in KDevelop3

Amilcar Lucas

P.S. : The KDevelop team closed over 351 reported and confirmed bugs 
since the release of the last KDevelop2.x

Cedric.Pillonel at swisscom.com wrote:

> Hi,
> I have KDevelop 2.1.3 and Linux RedHat 8.0.
> When I build my project I get some compiler errors. When I click on 
> the error in the messages tab, KDevelop tries to open the file with 
> the wrong path and then says the file doesn't exist. For the 
> 'main.cpp' file, it tries to open the file 
> '/home/cedric/upseserver/main.cpp' but the file is 
> '/home/cedric/upseserver/upseserver/main.cpp'. Why is the path incorrect ?
> My project is 'upseserver.kdevprj'. My project is located in my home 
> directory in 'upseserver' (/home/cedric/upseserver/upseserver.kdeprj). 
> The main file and other source files are in 
> '/home/cedric/upseserver/upseserver/'.
> Cédric Pillonel

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