alex.saal at gmx.de
Tue Aug 15 11:12:15 UTC 2006
> > > > i use the svn version of kdevelop and unsermake :P
> > > >
> > > > i found a little bug or not .... that must decide you :)
> > > > if i add the header files from my project in the project
> > > > option from kdevelop and i open a new project, then include
> > > > the header file from my old project into my new project ...
> > > >
> > > > if this a bug?
> > >
> > > What? I don't quite get what the problem is. Is it that the header
> > > of the closed project is automatically put into the new project? That
> > > a bug, but I never saw something like that.
> > yes you have right, that is it.
> Hmm, I can't reproduce this here. Adding a file to a project's HEADERS
> and then opening another project doesn't take over that file. Maybe
> those 2 projects of yours just happen to have the same header file, i.e.
> with the same name?
no, the header files have not the same name. the real problem is. i add
the header file of my project, that i have a codecompletion for this.
i create a new project, then i open the option dialog from my new project
and i see the header files are included from my old project. why???
you have say, this is a bug, right :)
the solution is, you or other create a seperately section in the project
file, with this header directory or header files. this directoy or the path
to this header file must not complete ( like this ../include )
> What version of KDevelop are you using?
i use the svn version of kdevelop (3.3.9x) with unsermake ... for
pre compiled header (pch)
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