Python projects - How to add a file?
ohlemacher at bbn.com
Fri Feb 6 16:41:51 UTC 2004
Stefano Rosanelli wrote:
>Alle 00:07, venerdì 6 febbraio 2004, hai scritto:
>>This seems like a simple question, but how does one add a source file to
>>a python project in KDev? There is no Automake Manager that I can see.
>In general you don't need a build system for a python project.
I know, but in C++ projects, this is how to do it.
>Simply: File->New ... select '.py' in combobox and check 'add to project'
No. The .py files already exist. I want to add files, not create a
file. Sorry if this wasn't clear before. I have serveral .py files I
need to add. My project is mostly complete. I was using xemacs.
It seems really silly to have to:
mv file.py file.py.old
// Add a new file.py to my project
mv file.py.old file.py
But I guess this is what I will do...........
Would it be so difficult to have a Project menu item "Add file to
project"? Then it would be the same for all languages. It took me a
while to figure out that I need to use Automake Manager to add C++ files
to a project. Alternatively, you could right click a file in the file
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