Is there a kdevelop-user list?

Milian Wolff mail at
Tue Apr 30 13:11:30 BST 2019

On Monday, April 29, 2019 2:21:51 PM CEST rhkramer at wrote:
> Thanks for the additional reply!  (One comment below.)
> On Monday, April 29, 2019 05:22:22 AM Milian Wolff wrote:
> > Then you'll have to use the custom make manager and hope that all compiler
> > flags, include dirs etc. are picked up automatically. If not, add them
> > manually - then the code browser etc. should work fine.
> Ahh, ok -- I'll give that a try, I hope sometime between now and Wednesday.
> (I am "using" kdevelop, but sort of as a dumb (well, maybe slightly smart)
> editor in that it was not finding the definitions / declarations or uses of
> things like variables and classes.
> If you are aware of an example of setting up a custom make manager (and/or
> adding dirs manually) that would be helpful.

Nowadays, not sure how it was in that archaic version of KDevelop, you just 
hover an parse error over a failing #include and then select the fixit which 
opens up the project configuration. There, you add the include paths that are 
missing and then reparse the file/project.

Milian Wolff
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