which kdelibdocs

Harold Hartley haroldh at midmaine.com
Sat Apr 1 23:34:23 UTC 2000


On Sat, 01 Apr 2000, you wrote:
> 
> 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
> possibilities:
> 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
> /opt/kde/share/doc/HTML/en/kdelibs). 
> 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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Well, I downloaded the rpm file for my mandrake 7.0 and installed that..
maybe I should just download the tar ball and do it that way...

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Harold Hartley
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