C/C++ projects don't work for suse 7.2, suse7.3 and upcoming kdevelop 2.0.2
nolden at kde.org
Tue Oct 30 09:04:03 GMT 2001
On Monday, 29. October 2001 14:42, you wrote:
we got aware of certain problems by a mail yesterday complaining about the C
templates. I contacted Walter to see what's wrong with the C and C++
template. These don't use the KDE admin directory; only the Qt and KDE ones
do, where I have fixed that in CVS. To update existing projects when using a
newer automake, one needs to have KDevelop 2.0.2 from CVS, generate a
KDE-test project and replace the admin directory in his project that he works
on with the one in the test project. Then everything should be fine again.
> Trying to make my projects compile again, I did the following:
> I copied the files
> into my C/C++ project. Furthermore I commentet out line 48 in configure.in:
> dnl AC_REQUIRE([KDE_CHECK_EXTRA_LIBS])
> Now I get the following messages:
> cat acinclude.m4.in libtool.m4.in >acinclude.m4
> autoheader: config.h.in is unchanged
> configure.in:62: warning: AC_ARG_PROGRAM invoked multiple times
> *** success ***
> Is that ok? Or still something to worry about?
> I also have to add, that on SuSE 7.2, we have an updated KDE (KDE 2.2.1)
> and KDevelop crashes (only for C/C++). The project files already exist in
> the directory, but not all |NAME| strings are replaced.
> On Monday 29 October 2001 14:21, you wrote:
> > Hi,
> > when making a new C or C++ project and also when doing "autoconf and
> > automake" with an old C/C++ project I get the following messages:
> > cat acinclude.m4.in libtool.m4.in >acinclude.m4
> > aclocal
> > autoheader
> > ./aclocal.m4:549: error: m4_defn: undefined macro: _m4_divert_diversion
> > aclang.m4:173: AC_LANG_RESTORE is expanded from...
> > ./aclocal.m4:549: the top level
> > autoconf: tracing failed
> > gmake: *** [all] Error 1
> > *** failed ***
> > This is probably because of updated autoconf packages. Unfortunately I
> > don't know anything about m4, autoconf, automake, etc.
> > Has anyone a hint?
> > Thank you,
> > eva
> > On Saturday 27 October 2001 23:38, you wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > > The CVS-version of KDevelop on branch KDE_2_2_BRANCH contains an
> > > improved version of the debugger now.
> > > You can debug multithreaded applications (both, Qt3 and Qt2 based).
> > > Please, test and report problems so that we can release it stable with
> > > KDevelop-2.0.2 (on the KDE-2.2.2 release)!
> > >
> > > Ciao,
> > > F at lk
> > >
> > > P.S.: Grisha Mokhin and Nikita Youshchenko have fixed the editor views
> > > for non-latin chars! :-)
> > > If you enable the showing of static members, showing of strings in VAR
> > > view will also work.
> > >
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