KConfig XT usage

Amilcar do Carmo Lucas amilcar at ida.ing.tu-bs.de
Wed Apr 6 00:34:29 BST 2005

On Wednesday 06 April 2005 00:58, Steven Suson wrote:
> Greetings everyone,
>     Well, since noone has replied to my original, and since I'm almost
> certain that someone else must be using KConfig XT w/ KDevelop, there
> should be some sort of knowledge base concerning this. Any assistance at
> all would be greatly appreciated. Anyway, here's my original posting:
>    I am having a problem using the KConfig XT facilities. I created my
> .kcfg and .kcfgc files and added them to my project. I get the following
> when I attempt to build the project:
> /home/suson/KDevelop/ktoolstack/src/ktoolstack.kcfg
> /home/suson/KDevelop/ktoolstack/src/settings.kcfgc; ret=$?; if test
> "$ret" != 0; then rm -f settings.h ; exit $ret ; fi
> gmake[3]: Circular /home/suson/KDevelop/ktoolstack/src/ktoolstack.kcfg
> <- settings.h dependency dropped.
> /bin/sh: line 1: /home/suson/KDevelop/ktoolstack/src/ktoolstack.kcfg:
> Permission denied
> gmake[3]: *** [settings.h] Error 126
>    It appears as if it is attempting to execute ktoolstack.kcfg as a
> script. I am running Qt 3.3.3, KDE 3.3.1, KDevelop 3.1.2 on a highly
> updated Red Hat 9 system.

I firmly belive that the website is a great source of information.
Many users seam to disagree with me :(

But that does not make me less sure that I'm right :)

On the "KDevelop 3.2 Beta 1 changes" section I've found this:
IMPROVED - Application templates:
Installation, instantiation and compilation is fixed for following application 
templates: wxhello, kxt, kscreensaver, kdevpart, kdevpart2, kofficepart, 

So, bottom line, update to KDevelop 3.2.

Amilcar Lucas
Current webmaster
The KDevelop project

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