Fwd: @INC error
ghancock at softeksoftware.com
Tue Jan 28 14:11:14 UTC 2003
I am still having no luck. My script file now has another space and a
-I at the end with /usr/lib/perl5/5.8.0
you mentioned setting it to the perl lib folder but I'm not sure what
that is since there doesn't seem to be lib folder there.
I know you'll be glad when I go away but I really would like to get back
to work using kdev. I hate emacs but its what I'm going to have to
start using if I can't get kdev to work soon.
P.S. Same error as before after above changing.
On Mon, 2003-01-27 at 21:44, Glenn Hancock wrote:
> Ok, I see what folders your talking about and have revied the path,
> however, it pointed to
> which is where I pointed the --prefix to install into. So I am still
> On Tue, 2003-01-28 at 09:25, Caleb Tennis wrote:
> > On Monday 27 January 2003 21:23, Glenn Hancock wrote:
> > > 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.
> > What happens is that the first time you run ./configure, it puts an include
> > statement at the top of all of the kappwizard perl template files telling
> > that script where to find a "template-common" set of routines.
> > For example, at the top of kdevelop/parts/appwizard/qmakeapp/script.local:
> > #!perl -I/opt/kde3/addons/share/apps/kdevappwizard/template-common
> > That -I statement is based on how configure is called, eg: ./configure
> > --prefix=/opt/kde3/addons
> > Once kdevelop is compiled and installed, then it looks in that directory
> > whenever you attempt to make a new appwizard project so it knows where the
> > common set of routine scripts are located.
> > So, what you should do is go to your installation directory, and you should
> > see "share/apps/kdevappwizard/" and a whole bunch of template directories
> > beneath it. If you go into one, there will be a filed called "script", which
> > is what Kdevelop will attempt to run when it creates a new appwizard project.
> > The -I at the top of that file is probably pointing to the wrong place to
> > find template-common. If you change that to the right directory, it *should*
> > work.
> > Caleb
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