Maybe an easy question...

Dirk Broer dbroer at matricsrfid.com
Mon Jun 3 15:49:18 UTC 2002


Try simply to "generate project file" in my case (similar situation) I simply 
pointed to a directory that contained the make and KDevelop searched from 
that directory on down.

Dirk

On Monday 03 June 2002 01:19 pm, you wrote:
>    I am really a beginner in using linux and its developement tools. My
> pproblem is:
> I have a big project in C++ already done and I should modify the source
> code. I don't know how the project has been developed but I can see that
> it has all the make file and the config file already done.
> The question is : how can I import the project into KDevelop keeping its
> original structure and all the makefile and configure stuff unchanged.
> I have tryed with 'project, new, custom project but what should I do
> with the make file and the config file? And how can I make it run?
>
> thanks for your help!
> Rosella
>
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