hg at technosis.de
Wed Apr 25 17:53:41 BST 2007
Am Wednesday 25 April 2007 17:50 schrieb Andreas Pakulat:
> On 25.04.07 17:31:02, hg wrote:
> > Am Wednesday 25 April 2007 15:39 schrieb Andreas Pakulat:
> > > On 25.04.07 14:57:10, hg wrote:
> > > > I'm trying to use a custom makefile in a KDevelop project. The
> > > > makefile contains several targets. I haven't found a way to define
> > > > more than one of those targets inside KDevelop except using the
> > > > integrated commandline.
> > > >
> > > > Is there a way to define more than one target using the build system
> > > > (compiler output hyperlinks ...) in a custum makefile project?
> > >
> > > Uhm, KDevelop doesn't support any makefile editing through its gui. so
> > > you have to open the Makefile yourself and add your target in there.
> > Thanks for your response.
> > No, I don't want to edit the makefile from inside KDevelop, I rather want
> > to build the targets from inside KDevelop.
> > Sorry, if I wasn't clear enaugh in my first post: I'm having a hand made
> > makefile with lots of targets. I can build those targets just fine on the
> > command line using 'make target1' or 'make target2' ....
> > What I want is to build different targets from inside KDevelop using the
> > hyperlinked output of the compiler message to jump to code in the
> > editorpart. I can do that for one target that is defined as default
> > target in the project settings. To build another target I know no other
> > way than to edit the project settings and change the default target. So I
> > guess I'm probably missing something.
> Indeed you are: Build->Build Target has a menu with all targets in your
Uuups, I see. The german translation of the menu 'Build Target' is:
"Ordner für Erstellen" which is realy confusing. I didn't even consider
looking there. But after all I actually could have found it. Sorry for the
noise and thanks.
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