which kdelibdocs

W. Tasin tasin at e-technik.fh-muenchen.de
Sat Apr 1 23:03:24 UTC 2000

Harold Hartley wrote:
> which kdelibdocs should I have for running on my kdevelop 1.1...
> on my kdevelop setup it says it can't find the kdelibs and tells me I should
> get the source..
> so the question is which kdelibdos file do I need ....
> I just want to make sure I have all I need to make apps without missing files...
> --
> Harold Hartley
> haroldh at midmaine.com

If you have kdk, so you won´t need to recreate the documentation.
It should be found automatically. Only if you have updated an old
installation to 
KDevelop 1.1, it could be possible that your user settings in
~/.kde/share/config/kdeveloprc points to an old directory, so delete
this file and
try to rerun KDevelop.

If it still ask you for the kdelibs sources so there are two
1) get the sources of kdelibs (which can be also found in your
distribution - its a kdebase package - or by downloading it from
www.kde.org). Normally it is a tarball, so you have to
extract it first and then select the tarball´s created directory to
generate the kde-library-documentation from the sources.

2) if you use the kdk, so the kde-library-documentation should already
have a precreated version of the kdelib-documentation installed
somewhere. You only need to know where... (e.g. on SuSE it would be
You can cancel the documentaion generation in the "kdevelop --setup" and
click later on Options/KDevelop Setup, then select the Documentation Tab
and insert the right path manually (2nd editline in this window).

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