Andreas Pakulat apaku at gmx.de
Sat Feb 20 07:15:57 UTC 2010

On 20.02.10 00:00:51, Amilcar do Carmo Lucas wrote:
> Hi all
> I issued a "sudo make uninstall" on both kdevelop and kdevplatform.
> Both seamed to work fine, but ...
> These file were left behind:

You need to keep in mind that doing a make uninstall after an svn update
can leave stuff behind. The reason is that the cmake files might have
dropped targets completely (the kdev_starter utility for example) and
hence a make uninstall run after the svn up will automatically re-run
cmake (due to changed files) and then uninstall what it knows (which
leaves out any targets deleted meanwhile).

Additionally you seem to have switched installation prefixes, initially
using /usr, now using /usr/local. Thats why all kind of stuff is still
left in /usr/bin, /usr/include, /usr/lib etc.

Regarding non-deletion of directories, thats something you'll have to
take up with kde-buildsystem or the cmake developers.

Andreas, who usually installs into a dedicated prefix that he can just
rm -rf.

Stay away from hurricanes for a while.

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