kdev-python and kdevelop relation

Sven Brauch svenbrauch at googlemail.com
Mon Dec 15 11:06:43 UTC 2014

Yes, adding the dependency is fine for now. There is currently no way
for an end-user to use kdev-python without kdevelop anyways.


2014-12-15 11:04 GMT+01:00 Milian Wolff <mail at milianw.de>:
> On Monday 15 December 2014 09:41:50 Radek Novacek wrote:
>> Hi kdevelopers,
>> I would like to add ability to use custom includes to the kdev-python (to
>> use python modules that are not installed).
>> Currently, kdev-python is not build-time dependent on kdevelop, only on
>> kdevplatform. But the `custom-definesandincludes` plugin is defined in
>> kdevelop. If I understand it correctly, I would need to add build-time
>> dependency on kdevelop to kdev-python in order to use the `custom-
>> definesandincludes` plugin, right?
>> Is it ok to add the dependency? Or should the `custom-definesandincludes`
>> plugin be moved to kdevplatform?
> For now, just add the KDevelop dependency. But I think we also want to use it
> in kdev-php and kdev-qmljs, at least. So moving it to kdevplatform might be a
> good idea. It will require some code & UI changes then as well though, to make
> it more clear for which language the paths are configured. And one should not
> be able to set defines, nor select a compiler, for these languages.
> Bye
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