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Thursday, April 29th 2004, 9:19pm

KDevelop, Removing unwanted C++ classes

I've hunted around, and can't find a way to remove an unwanted C++ class from KDevelop.

No sign on any of the menus, or the class explorer of an option, and if the files are removed outside of KDevelop, the application simply crashes on compilation or configure.

Any help would be appreciated,


Steve Clarke



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Location: Frankfurt Germany

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Friday, April 30th 2004, 3:00pm

Dou you use these autoconf/automake-stuff? In this case you have to remove the file from and rebuild your automake/autoconf stuff. By the way: I REALY hate autoconf/automake. I think someone cannot make a buildsystem which is more stupid/complicated. I hate it a lot and suggest to use another buildsystem for example QMake. But it is not important which system you use instead of automake: Everything is better.
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Friday, April 30th 2004, 4:25pm

Right click the file and remove it from the project

In KDevelop2 in the file view, in KDevelop3 in the automake manager.

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Friday, April 30th 2004, 5:10pm


I have KDevelop3, and was trying to do it the old way ... It's really easy now.

Again, thanks for all your help