Strange configure error with kdevelop project

OS owensavill at compuserve.com
Thu Aug 31 07:53:33 UTC 2000


I have seen exactly the problem described. Just like Frank I have discovered it
is often quickest to simply hack the wizard created project file. Usually, no
matter how severe kdevelop makes the error sound, it will happily go on and
build / run the project completely normally. 

The problem is often finding which bit in the project file needs commenting
out !

Owen

On Thu, 31 Aug 2000, you wrote:
> On Wed, 30 Aug 2000, you wrote:
> > I just installed KDevelop (1.x) from the apt-archive at kde.tdyc.com.  I'm
> > currently running the latest KDE 2 CVS.
> >
> > When I create a new KDE project, it fails when trying to build a simple KDE
> > application (in configure).  I don't know why this wouldn't work, because
> > there is exactly the same test in the kdenetwork CVS, and it builds just
> > fine (I'm using the CVS version of KMail right now :).
> >
> > Is there any reason for this?  I have KDEDIR and QTDIR set, so that can't
> > be the problem.
> 
> You didn't say what the failure was, but I may have had the same problem. My 
> issue turned out to be that the latest KDE2 beta4 (and later) is NOT source 
> compatible with older versions. The result is the template created by the 
> wizard is not correct. I am playing around trying to modify it myself while I 
> wait for an upgrade - seemed like a good chance to learn a bit about how 
> kdevelop works.
> 
> /fn
> -- 
> while( ! world->perfect ) {
>     whine;
> }




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