Subject: Re: kdevelop-current
To: Berndt Josef Wulf <>
From: Hubert Feyrer <>
List: tech-pkg
Date: 03/19/2000 06:28:48
On Sat, 18 Mar 2000, Berndt Josef Wulf wrote:
> >  * would be nice if Qt documentation would be available too
> >    (generate a seperate pkg, and depend on it)
> You don't need a seperate package as the documentation is installed
> with qt-1.44. Its just a matter of telling where to find it.
> On most NetBSD systems, this should be in /usr/X11R6/share/doc/qt/html
> I could preset this using the --with-qtdoc-dir=DIR configure argument,
> but on my system this wasn't necessary.

Can't hurt...

> >  * When generating the search-database ("Suchdatenbank erstellen..."), I
> >    get a message that the path to KDE documentation is not set properly
> >    (I get this even when un-marking the Qt-Docs)
> Hmmm, I use the english version and hence can't follow you here... never
> had a problem with this. 
> Just extract your kdelibs sources from the packages collection and use
> the following path in kdevelop setup:
> /usr/pkgsrc/x11/kdelibs/work/kdelibs-1.1.2 (or whatever).
> I am now working on kdelibdocs which is a seperate package containing
> up-to-date documentation of the entire range of kde libraries... 


> >  * Would be nice if generated files would have a BSD header by default, no
> >    GPL
> We can't do this, since this programm is covered by the GPL license.

Hu??? If I make a program with kdevelop, it HAS to be GPL?!?!?!

> > I need to play more, but so far it looks not bad. Should we finally have
> > something that we can give to people for writing _software_, not fighting
> > with the system?
> As mentioned before, I am using it to do my study projects and it
> hasn't failed me sofar. But then, my projects aren't all that complex. 
> I guess a real test would be to recompile KDevelop using its own
> project file and see if it succeeds... 8-)
> KDE is changing rapidly and it is hard to keep up with it,
> Nevertheless, I love it.... ;-)


 - Hubert

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