KDevelop newbie question on adding files to a project.

Bob Cahn robertcahn at rcn.com
Wed Feb 2 15:48:19 UTC 2005

On Mon, 2005-01-31 at 15:59, Amilcar do Carmo Lucas wrote:
> On Monday 31 January 2005 21:38, Bob Cahn wrote:
> > I've used other IDEs in the past.  I've been given some code which is in
> > the form x.c, y.c, z.c and z.h.  I've opened up a new C project.  My
> > question is, "How do I add all the files to the project.  main() is in
> > x.c so I named the new project x and copied the contents of x.c into
> > that source file but when I link I get the complaint that all the
> > functions in y and z can't be found.  I've skimmed the docs but to no
> > avail.
> www.kdevelop.org/index.html?filename=faq.html

Sorry but I'm being totally dense.  I've read the FAQ.  The relevant
passage is:

How do I Add Existing Files to a Project?
Select the sub-project in the upper half of the Automake Manager, then
right click in the lower half on the groups title you want to have the
files added and select Add Existing Files.... 

Now where is the Automake Manager?  I'm assuming it's part of the 
KDevelop GUI but if so I'm missing it.  I don't find any control of the
sort mentioned.

/Bob Cahn

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