multi-platform/cross-platform compilation with KDevelop?

Sandy Meier smeier at
Sun Aug 6 12:18:37 UTC 2000

On Fri, 04 Aug 2000 you wrote:
> The above answers let you use KDevelop as it is now. However, it's not what you really want.
> I am currently working on an enhancement to KDevelop 1.2 to add some multi-target features.
> If I'm successful, I'll submit the result to the real developers for review and possible inclusion,
> probably into KDevelop 2.x. However, this is my very first attempt at contributing to an opensource
> project and working with KDE, so obviously you should not depend on it until you really
> see it. The overall multi-target support requirements are large and diverse, and I'm initially
> trying for a subset of what you want plus some other goodies. The only reason I'm announcing
> my intentions is to see if others are also working on this.

Yes, there are efforts to implement a new projecmanagment for KDevelop2. The
new one will hopefully support more languages (PHP, Python..), multiple
targets, shared libs, subprojects, different make systems (automake,tmake) and

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