Compiling code from multiple folders

Israel Fdez Cabrera israel at
Fri May 23 20:44:22 BST 2003

Do the following:
Create a new kdevelop proyect, add the folder you want to inside the proyect 
folder, the use the option Add existing file in the proyect menu and do the 
expected, select the files and the folder you want they to be
thats all...
best reg at rds

On Friday 23 May 2003 02:17 pm, you wrote:
> If I have the following directory structure:
> Code
>     Project1
>         main.cpp
>     Common
>         Logging.h
>         Logging.cpp
> and I want to use KDevelop to compile a project consisting of main.cpp,
> Logging.h and Logging.cpp, how do I go about doing it? Using CVS is not
> an option. Nor is upgrading KDevelop (I'm using 2.1).
> I have tried using ln to link Logging.* into the Project1 folder. This
> works, but becomes unmanageable when the Common folder contains hundreds
> of files (as it does in our current real project). I then tried using ln
> -s to create a symbolic link to Common folder from within the Project1
> folder. I can add the files to the project ok, but only a is
> created and I can't make the project at all. It complains about 'no rule
> to make target all' for the Common static library.
> I've been at this days and tried everything I can think of, along with
> googling for every possible keyword I could think that might relate to
> this problem, all with no success. Any help or pointers would be
> appreciated.
> Thanks,
> John
>   _____
> John Savage <mailto:jsavage at>
> Software Engineer DataMate Global Communications
> Tel: +1 818 487 3900 ext105
>   _____

Israel Fdez Cabrera.
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La Habana, Cuba.

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