Subversion, RapidSVN and KDevelop 3.3.6

Andreas Pakulat apaku at
Tue Jun 12 19:08:33 BST 2007

On 12.06.07 12:34:39, Ed Peddycoart wrote:
> 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:
> None
> 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

Try to logout of KDE and re-login. KDevelop installs a kde daemon that
needs to run to have svn support. You can also try to start it via
kcontrol, but out of the top of my head I don't know where exactly that
stuff is. If that doesn't work either check wether the kdevelop rpm
package depends on the svn libraries, if it doesn't svn support is


Be cautious in your daily affairs.

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