Source file sharing between projects

Tobias Gläßer tobi.web at gmx.de
Fri Sep 19 19:59:48 UTC 2003


Hi,

heh,

just put your xyz.h

into /usr/include/xyz/xyz.h

and add the line

#include <xyz.h>

into your projects!

Then you only have to update
/usr/include/xyz/xyz.h
but I would administrate xyz in a
small separate project.

Greetz...

Tobias Gläßer

Am Fre, 2003-09-19 um 17.35 schrieb Mickael Faivre-Macon:
> Hi,
> 
> I come from the Windows programming world where the source file of a 
> project can be shared between projects. You put your classes in a 
> directory and when you include them in a project, they stay in the 
> directory they are in. When including files in a KDevelop project, the 
> files are copied to the project directory. I find that very annoying 
> since a utility class can be used in a lot of project and when you make 
> a change in the class you have to copy the newer version to all your 
> project dir to have the latest version of you class available.
> 
> Why is it like that ? What can I gain over my old habits by adopting 
> this Linux way of doing things ?
> 
> Mickael.
> 
> 
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