Probelm creating first project

Michael McConnell mmcconnell at uniserve.com
Wed Mar 22 21:13:05 UTC 2000


It sounds as though you installed KDE and perhaps even QT from RPM or DEBS or some type of package format. When using
KDevelop, i'd recommend that you install both KDE and QT from a source package, compile it, and install it yourself. This will
result in both better preformance, and it will make them work with more programs, such as KDevelop.

Mike
mmcconnell at uniserve.com

m.plagmann at irl.cri.nz wrote:

> Hi,
> after successful installation of KDevelop I receive the followinf error message
> when the program tries to 'make' the automatically created source files:
>
>  cd .. && automake --gnu testkde/Makefile
> cd .. && perl automoc testkde/Makefile.in
> cd .. \
>   && CONFIG_FILES=testkde/Makefile CONFIG_HEADERS= /bin/sh ./config.status
> creating testkde/Makefile
> /usr/bin/xgettext -C -ki18n -x /usr/include/kde.pot `find . -name \*.h -o -name \*.cpp -o -name \*.cc` -o ../po/testkde.pot
> error while opening "/usr/include/kde.pot" for reading: No such file or directory
> gmake: *** [messages] Error 1
> *** failed ***
>
> It fails alright as the file it looks for (kde.pot) is not lokated at
> /usr/include but at /usr/include/kde as it should be. The root make file of
> thie 'testkde' project shows the right path to the kde includes. Where is this
> trucated path comming from?  How can I fix this?
>
> Any help is appreciated.
> Cheers,
> Manfred





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