Fwd: @INC error
ghancock at softeksoftware.com
Tue Jan 28 02:28:54 UTC 2003
Thanks for the help but still confused. First of all, this thing was
just configured yesterday which confuses me as to why it didn't work. I
also used the --prefix option to have all the files installed into a
directory to allow me to remove them if they didn't work. Maybe that
has caused a problem.
So, reconfiguring isn't going to help me, and I do not understand what
you're telling me to do with the template apps as i do not see a folder
in source directory that says anything about templates.
On Tue, 2003-01-28 at 09:08, Caleb Tennis wrote:
> > I have tried installing the alpha version and the latest stable release
> > and no matter what I do when I try to create a new project I get an
> > error stating that it can't find a file and then lists the @LIB paths
> > which do not contain the path for the file its looking for.
> What happened is that the first time you ran ./configure it added paths to the
> perl scripts used for setting up the project files, and now you must have
> either changed installation directories or never fully installed kdevelop
> into the KDE directories...
> To fix the problem, either remove, recompile, and reinstall kdevelop - or go
> into the source directories of the template apps you're wanting to use, and
> delete the script.local file, then reconfigure, remake, and reinstall that
> part. (kdevelop/parts/appwizard/______/script.local)
> You can also go into $KDEDIR/share/apps/kdevappwizard/template-_______, find
> the file called "script", and edit the top line to point to the proper
> kdevappwizard/template-common file.
> This is definitely an issue that needs fixed, but I don't know the automake
> stuff well enough to know how to change it. I've looked into it before, and
> just gotten frustrated.
> Hope that helps
Glenn Hancock <ghancock at softeksoftware.com>
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