apaku at gmx.de
Wed Aug 9 11:49:43 UTC 2006
On 09.08.06 16:41:17, Agra Rizqa Cendra Jaya wrote:
> I create a new project, and choose the create simple hello world program, give the application name "galib_test". Then I change the file galib.cpp ( contain main () ) with the code I attach. ANd then when I want to eecute the program, I klick "yes" button to create automake and friends.
> And the I receive many error...
If you want to use autotools to manage your compilation, I'd suggest to
read the autobook (I don't have a URL at hand, but you should easily
find it with google).
> My question is, how to build my project using my own makefile ? is it possible ?
Look to the right sidebar of kdevelop, there's the automake manager.
Check out the right-click-menu for the items in the top and lower list.
There's an Options... entry in each menu and that's where you'd add your
In the Options for the project (upper list) add on the Includes page to
the "Directories outside project" the include-dir for galib. Then
in the Options of your target (lower list, bold font) add
-L/usr/local/lib/ga to the field "Other:" and then add -lga on the
Libraries tab using "Add...".
That should do it, I guess.
It is so very hard to be an
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