seperate source from kdevelop
David Grill Watson
dgwatson at kent.edu
Mon Oct 2 19:23:30 UTC 2000
You certainly don't need to have KDevelop to build programs created with it!
KDevelop uses (as far as I am aware) autoconf/automake. Basically, you just
make a source distribution, which contains a file named 'configure'. Untar
the source, cd into the directory, and run './configure && make'. This
should build your program.
On Mon, 02 Oct 2000, you wrote:
> Does anyone have notes on how to seperate a program source from
> I would like to develop under kdevelop, but if I wanted to give source
> to someone -
> I would like to give them source and a make file (in case they do not
> have kdevelop.
> My initial thoughts would be to
> combine the higher level window classes ( created by kdevelop ) with the
> ones that they re-write. Then I would create a make file for it. Is
> there a documented
> process or can someone give a little more info and I would then be able
> to figure the
> rest of it out.
> This in no ways says anything bad about kdevelop. To the contrary, I
> very much like
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