Is there a kdevelop-user list?
René J.V. Bertin
rjvbertin at gmail.com
Tue Apr 30 13:39:53 BST 2019
On Tuesday April 30 2019 14:11:30 Milian Wolff wrote:
>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.
How quickly one forgets :)
The project configuration dialog existed in earlier versions too (right-click on the project in the project manager then "Open Configuration", or that same command in the Project menu). You'll then see a "Custom Defines and Includes" tab, probably the 1st in the list.
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