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On Sunday 10 July 2005 03:45 pm, Nicolas Ternisien wrote:
> Hi folks!
> I would like to know why KDevelop template are not ready for integration
> with KDE SVN. I'm the developer of KSystemLog project, available in
> playground/sysadmin tree of KDE repository, and my project had been fixed
> to allow it being compiled from KDE SVN tree. I know that this is not very
> well to commit something that don't compile on KDE repository, but I didn=

> know that.
> My problem is that now, I am unable to compile my local copy of KSystemlog
> with KDevelop.
> I know that the problem is that between my copy and the SVN one, the main
> different is that the compilation folder is playground/sysadmin, and in my
> project it is ksystemlog itself, but I'm not very kind of autotools (and
> more even now that I know KDE will soon change its build tool.)
> So, I would like to know, why, when we love GUI, we have to use shell to
> compile our projects, and why it is so difficult to use KDevelop projects
> when our sources are integrated in KDE repository tree.
> In fact, KDevelop and KDE SVN repository are not really integrated (or
> anyway it's difficult IMO to use them)
> I would like to have your feedback about my issue and if you have any
> solution/improvement to solve this one.
> Thanks !!!!
> Nicolas.

depending on the layout of your local checkout, you make have to config=20
kdevelop to look in certain spots for the builddir and the top_srcdir.

I'd need to know more about how your checkout is set up in order to help yo=

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