Subversion, RapidSVN and KDevelop 3.3.6

Ed Peddycoart linux at
Tue Jun 12 18:34:39 BST 2007

Andreas Pakulat wrote:
> On 11.06.07 15:42:54, Ed Peddycoart wrote:
>> I have FC6 installed on my Laptop. I am using KDevelop 3.3.6 (Using KDE 
>> 3.5.6-0.3.fc6 Fedora Core). When I installed FC6, I selected KDevelop to 
>> be installed and having changed/installed anything else related to KDev 
>> since then.
> We don't support that version anymore. Update to KDevelop3.4.1, packages
> for FC6 available from our website.
>> I have tried to follow the threads on how to use KDevelop with 
>> integrated support for SVN but have not gotten a clear understanding of 
>> what I need to do. So can anyone provide a simple step by step on what I 
>> need to do? For example, do I have to rebuild KDevelop? Which plugins to 
>> installed etc. etc.
> Kdevelop comes packaged with svn support (at least the 3.4.1 packages
> from our website include that). You may need to restart KDE after
> installing it so that it works properly. After that just checkout your
> project from subverion and import the working copy into KDevelop as
> Project, via Import Project. Then activate the subversion support under
> the Project Options->Version Control page.
Did everything up to this point. When I go to the Project 
Options->Version Control page, the only items in the "Version control 
system to use for this project" drop down box are:

ClearCase Integration
CVS Integration (Cervisia)
Perforce Integration

When I installed KDevelop and gdb 6.6, I didn't uninstall the previous 
versions, I forced them

rpm --force -i ...


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