Disappointment trying to runt kdevelop 5 in opensuse 13.2 environment

Michael George Hart michael.george.hart at gmail.com
Mon Sep 12 15:37:44 UTC 2016

KCrash... interesting... when I go to the opensuse (all versions)
distribution looking to install a version of KCrash I see rpm's to install
source code. Your remarks would make me believe that there is a kcrash
library to be installed.
To make a long story short I installed from YaST2 kcrash-debugsource and
kcrash-develop and that fixed my problem under openSusE 13.2

Now that I have kdevelop 5.00  working under openSuSE 13.2 I can say that
the method AppImage

wget -O KDevelop.AppImage
chmod +x KDevelop.AppImage


relative to the openSuse 13.2 unstable package found at "
it is not as reactive to my mouaw clicks on stuff.... anyway now that I
have the proper version kcrash installed a peculiar bug has gone away with
respect to the AppImage version
Settings==>Configure Kdevelop==>Editor==>Fonts & Colors
Then choose the schema "Solarized (dark)"

would screw-up the layout of the kdevelop 5..... anyway I can no longer
replicate the problem...

Thanks for the heads up about KCrash

On Mon, Sep 12, 2016 at 2:58 AM, Sven Brauch <mail at svenbrauch.de> wrote:

> Hi,
> On 12/09/16 03:35, Michael George Hart wrote:
> > After doing the following I noticed that the performance of Kdevelop
> > 5 is very sluggish to the point of annoying to use. "
> Can you be more specific? What is sluggish?
> > only to get ./kdevelop: symbol lookup error: ./kdevelop: undefined
> > symbol: _ZN6KCrash10initializeEv
> Broken packages / dependencies, complain to the people building it.
> Looks like the version of KCrash it was built against doesn't match what
> you have installed.
> Greetings,
> Sven

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