Is there a kdevelop-user list?

rh kramer rhkramer at
Fri May 3 12:24:37 BST 2019

I am just learning kdevelop, and am sort of stuck with version 4.7 (because
that is the supported version on my Debian Jessie system).

I found the KDevelop Handbook for version 4.4 and am reading through it and
find it quite helpful (and don't expect a lot of differences from version

I found it at:

I suspect / expect / hope that there is a similar handbook for the latest
KDevelop (or, at least, a more up-to-date) Kdevelop based on KDE5.

On Fri, May 3, 2019 at 6:13 AM José Antonio Martínez Escobedo <
dracllop at> wrote:

> Hello evrybody!
> I'm trying to write C++17 ISO, but I dont know how to it with Kdevelop
> neither CMake
> If someone knows how to do it I will sincerely aprecied!
> El mar., 30 abr. 2019 a las 14:40, René J.V. Bertin (<rjvbertin at>)
> escribió:
>> 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.
>> R.
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