Bug in KDevelop-PG's location-stuff
mattr at kde.org
Sat Jul 14 02:57:48 UTC 2007
On Friday 13 July 2007 11:41, Andreas Pakulat wrote:
> On 13.07.07 17:55:04, Roberto Raggi wrote:
> > Hi
> > Il giorno 13/lug/07, alle ore 13:30, Andreas Pakulat ha scritto:
> > > The runtime is included, if you don't have kdev-pg installed. Its
> > > in the
> > > generated/ folder of the qmake plugin. Of course thats only used when
> > > you don't have kdev-pg installed in which case the installed headers
> > > will be used.
> > >
> > > As soon as we have more than 1 plugin in kdevelop itself that uses
> > > kdev-pg the kdev-pg-runtime headers will move to a more central place,
> > > but for now there's no reason for that. (python and ruby plugins are
> > > completely standalone in playground)
> > well, I disagree ;-) Don't you think that is stupid and ugly to have
> > 7 different copies of kdev-pg-token-stream.h in 7 different
> > kdevelop4's subprojects? and it is even more stupid if you think that
> > I started kdev-pg to reduce the number of external libraries.
> Yes, thats why the kdev-pg-token-stream.h is used if kdev-pg exists.
> However as far as I can tell the consensus is that a parser generator
> should not be a hard requirement of kdevelop or one of its plugins. That
> include's the headers from it. It would be different if kdev-pg would
> have a library that would need linking to (but that would be a
> And I'm not sure where the kdev-pg runtime (and only that runtime) fits
> into the kdevplatform.
> Having said that, I do agree that we shouldn't have real copies, instead
> we should use the svn-externals feature to fetch the kdev-pg runtime
> into each of the parsers that need it. I'll go around and do that right
> > [roberto at MacBook devtools (master)]$ find kdevelop4-extra-plugins -
> > name "kdev-pg-token-stream.h"
> > kdevelop4-extra-plugins/csharp/parser/kdev-pg-token-stream.h
> > kdevelop4-extra-plugins/java/parser/kdev-pg-token-stream.h
> > kdevelop4-extra-plugins/python/parser/generated/kdev-pg-token-stream.h
> > kdevelop4-extra-plugins/ruby/parser/generated/kdev-pg-token-stream.h
> Please note that only python is currently actively worked on, I try to
> keep ruby up-to-date as its not much work and Alexander wants to work on
> it again (sooner rather than later I think). java and csharp where
> already quite outdated so I opted to leave them as they were, also I
> don't know what Jakob's (or anybody else's) plans are for these two
> So all in all its not 7 copies, its 3 that are maintained atm.
There is a summer of code project for Ruby, although I haven't seen a lot of
work on it. Alexander will be able to comment more on that
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