Antwort: Re: Antwort: Question about p4
jost-martin.langner at philips.com
Thu Apr 14 07:52:03 BST 2005
> /bin/sh: line 1: p4: command not found
> Do you have any idea what p4 is?
no, sorry, no idea. On my PC I can't locate anything 'p4' unless I'm also
I'm not really familiar with the configure / autoconf / etc. processes
that work behind the surface of KDevelop. Maybe this is just a temporarily
generated program to check whether something is working or not - but I
So I'd rather expect this message to disappear once you have setup your
project structure properly.
If not, it would be interesting to know at which step / moment within the
whole make procedure this message is printed.
Phil <phil at spiderweb.com.au>
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On Tue, 12 Apr 2005 04:12 pm, Jost-Martin Langner wrote:
> Hallo Phil,
> the *.moc.cpp and *.moc.o files are produced / handled by the Qt Meta
> Object Compiler. They are generated from the header files which you
> your classes in. So it is safe to delete them all.
Thanks for the reply Jost,
I had renamed many files (rather than delete them, just in case) but I may
have renamed any moc files. It was getting late at the time and I was
starting to go around in circles. I'll try your suggestion the next chance
Do you have any idea what p4 is?
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