P.Redmond at hw.ac.uk
Fri Nov 12 11:01:29 GMT 2004
I should add that the project was built up from a basic C++ hello world
On Fri, 2004-11-12 at 10:34 +0000, Paul Redmond wrote:
> Had to build a project quickly yesterday, and so got the latest CVS Head
> version of kdevelop.
> I added the ccgnu2 library to my project but in haste typed it it
> wrongly as gnucc2. I may also have added it as a dependency (or
> somewhere in the wrong place).
> Point is I went back through the places I had entered gnucc2 and cleared
> it. Did Distclean and clean project and ./configure automake etc but
> nothing would stop it trying to build gnucc2. In the end i tracked it
> down to the occurrence of :
> AM_CXXFLAGS = -ld -lgnucc2
> eminterface_DEPENDENCIES = -ldl -lccgnu2 -lpthread
> eminterface_LDADD = -ldl
> in these files:
> eminterface/debug/src/Makefile:AM_CXXFLAGS = -ld -lgnucc2
> eminterface/src/Makefile.in:AM_CXXFLAGS = -ld -lgnucc2
> eminterface/src/Makefile.am:AM_CXXFLAGS = -ld -lgnucc2
> These don't seem to get cleared by the clean ./configure cycle. Only way
> i could fix the problem was to delete the clock from the files manually.
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