Viewing, Searching, Adding and Removing class libraies

Steven T. Hatton hattons at globalsymmetry.com
Mon Feb 23 06:02:38 UTC 2004


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I don't believe there is support for this in KDevelop 3.x, but before I add it 
to the wish list, I figured I better ask.  With Java IDEs it is usually 
possible to determin what packages are available in your programming 
environment.  It is also possible to add or remove libraries such as 
xerces-dom3-2.6, for example.  It is also possible to determine what classes 
these libraries provide, and even to access the Java documentation if things 
are installed correctly.

I guess the comperable C++ feature would be the ability to view and manipulate 
the INCLUDE_PATH, and access the header files it points to.  I suspect these 
header files could be included in some kind of code completion data store 
comperable to what Netbeans uses.

To what extent, if any, is this kind of support built into KDevelop?

STH
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