Back to 3.5.5
leonp at plris.com
Tue Jun 1 11:17:42 UTC 2010
Meanwhile, I searched the internet and found some hints.
I restored my former .kde directory from old backups and put it into
Then I modified the script line to
and run the script.
Now, the error message was the same, but kdevelop3.5.5 started with normal
fonts and with the same error message.
BUT THERE WERE ALL MENUS!!!
Now, when I choose Project->Open and give it my old 3.5.5. project, I receive
No language plugin for C++ found.
And the project does not open.
I checked, as advised, the libdb stuff looks OK.
On Sunday May 30 2010, Andreas Pakulat wrote:
> It works the same way, get kdelibs-dev package from KDE3 and build
> kdevelop3 into a directory in your home. Then when you want to start it
> make sure to set KDEDIRS to point to that directory and KDEHOME to
> something else than the .kde-dir used by your KDE4 installation. Now run
> kbuildsycoca (no 4 in that name) and then start kdevelop.
Please, excuse my stupidity... It is not my area at all...
I made the following script:
And when I run it, I receive:
Warning: kbuildsycoca is unable to register with DCOP.
Reusing existing ksycoca
And kdevelop starts with the error message:
Unable to find plugins, KDevelop will not work properly.
Please make sure that KDevelop is installed in your KDE directory; otherwise,
you have to add KDevelop's installation path to the environment variable
KDEDIRS and run kbuildsycoca. Restart KDevelop afterwards.
Example for BASH users:
export KDEDIRS=/path/to/kdevelop:$KDEDIRS && kbuildsycoca
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