What is a better way to initialize KDevelop on Windows?
petross404 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 22 11:43:54 GMT 2019
Thank for the reply. I think I am going to choose an intermediate solution
as a first step. The batch file should fire up a custom widget that will
let the user choose the architecture and then read back the value. I hope
that there is a way to read back the value.
I don't feel quite brave or capable to write form scratch what QtCreator
does. But definitely will have this in mind for the future. Anyway, I will
be in contact with KDevelop developers for help and guidance.
All the best,
On Tue, Jan 22, 2019 at 10:24 AM Sven Brauch <mail at svenbrauch.de> wrote:
> On Monday, 21 January 2019 22:44:49 CET Πέτρος Σιλιγκούνας wrote:
> > Now, I want to start KDevelop on Windows without this ugly cli to enter
> > architecture. I would like something like a QComboBox on a window, with a
> > list of possible architectures to choose.
> Something like this would be great to have! I think it is one of the big
> issues to be solved to make KDevelop a viable product on Windows.
> I would recommend to look at how e.g. QtCreator solves this issue. They
> have a
> kit management dialog, and you can manage kits and for each project select
> kit. Maybe for the start a few presets and the option to set up the
> environment by running a custom batch script might already be a big step
> The "select one on startup" "solution" is an ungly hack.
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