Does anybody know where is qt c++ help/manual/howtos?
I just started to learn KDevelop & C++, created a sample KDE+QT C++ app,
and don't know what QT classes/methods are available?
i would like to know, is there any options to configure debugger for Kdevelop. presently i am working on QT based project so i would like to debug the errors but some how i cannot. it simply does nothing if i use debug which is present in the Kdevelop IDE. i dont know how to configure it. i need it to be like a visual C++ debugger so that i can debug my code line by line. please provide appropriate information on this. Thanks
Koushik P S R
Kdevelop is great but it is very complex for beginners and people that doesn't develop KDE applications. I prefer to use Anjuta (http://anjuta.sourceforge.net) because it is more general and the syntax highlight is better than Kdevelop.
Different from KDevelop which finishes all the tasks under linux, Magic C++ is a kind of visual remote unix and linux C/C++ IDE under windows.You can have a look at http://www.magicunix.com . It looks just like Visual C++ and supprots for editing, compiling, debugging etc.
Where is figure 3?
I've installed a Debian woody since Saturday (I'm new to Debian, i've used SuSE for several years) with some parts from unstale (kde within them).
I've downloaded kde-develop, I've also qt-designer installed but kdevelop seems to not be well configured.
First, documentation files... Where are the paths to them? I cannot build my KDE books, nor C/C++ reference...
Then, Qt-Designer; I've it installed, I can run it from outside KDevelop but after creating the sample application as KDE-Mini one there's no Form Dialog and not dialog editor button neither...
Well... Is there anyone here that can help me? Thanks a lot.
Try to ask at #debian (/server irc.openprojects.net)
apt-get install c-cpp-reference kdevelop kdevelop-data kdevelop-doc
all from unstable (attach /unstable to each package name)
I did not installed c-cpp-reference and kdevelop-doc. Now I've it but Kdevelop still fails on setup. It says that "The documentation of the kde-library could not be found. It will be automatically generated in the next step". But then it ask me for the path of kdelibs and I can found them; it claims for the sources, that probably I've not installed but as I have now kdevelop-doc I think I'll no more need that sources... Could it be I can solve this later without installing that sources.
On the other hand, when I'm indexing the documentation (Qt only, as Kdevelop docs. are not found), it says that an 'htdig.conf' not were found... but I've htdig installed and an /etc/htdig/htdig.conf... I've tried linking that file from /etc/htdig.conf but it doesn't work... any ideas?
Thanks a million!
apt-get install kdelibs3-doc
apt-cache search kdelibs
to find packages related to kdelibs.
to see packages related to kdelibs.
An IDE would be really nice if for nothing else than having a fast way to view classes in a program and bounce around between them, but without VIM as the editing component, it's too painful to bother with.
The editor interface is generic so once kvim is completed you could use that :=)
is anyone implementing kemacs to be used as a editor komponent on kdevelop?
i'd love that too, but i don't really feel up to implementing it :)
emacs 21 rocks. I use the viper-mode to get the good features of vi.
Ralf, you're a KDevelop developer, have a KDE.org email address, and you claim thet 1.4 w/2.1.1 is the latest release of KDevelop??? I'm running debian/sid, with 2.2.2, and my KDevelop claims that it is 2.0.2. Anyways, good article, even it it looks like it should be dated March 6th, 2001 :-)
I am used to program in VB and i find it av very good short introduction.
I am currently using VisualFoxPro 6.0 to develop inhouse applications at work. With the arrival of Qt 3 and its data-aware apps KDevelop / QtDesigner has reached the critical level of power that puts it in direct competition with VFP6+, VB, PB, etc... for ease of development and productivity.
As a test, I used QtDesigner to write an addressbook app that connected to my PostgreSQL database Addresses table. What was neat was that I didn't have to write a single line of code for it to work in the preview mode. I can easily flip back and forth between the dev mode and the preview mode, just as I do in VFP. Oh, the connection to the PostgreSQL database was handled by the supplied QPSQL7 driver.
Programming doesn't get any easier than this.
So did I, which is why I said that it was a good article...
Score 0.... Assine comments. Did a small child write that? If you had looked at www.kdevelop.org, that the latest version is 2.1 Beta 2. Trying to sound cool you made yourself look like an idiot.
Well, my comment made a lot more sense when this was originally posted, and Ralf had a comment about how the latest KDevelop was 1.4 that comes with 2.1.1. Now it appears to have been edited, and I'll admit I look like an ass :-) You'll note, however, that I didn't claim to be running the latest KDevelop, just that the version I *am* running was higher than what he *claimed* was the highest number. As it was obviously a typo of some sort (actually, I suspect at least a couple of the paragraphs were cut and paste from another source) my response was simply a slightly-humourous way of telling Ralf such. As for it appearing to have been written by a child, I mispelt one word. I assure you, many people who are not small children do that ;-)
P.S. *NO* I'm not saying Ralf is guilty of plagarism, just that he has undoutably written about KDevelop before, and simply lifted the introduction, rather than rewritting it. A very smart thing to do, unless you forget to proof-read it B)
Anonymous, go buy some m$ stuff it should fit your need. Your reply to ralf is simply stupid.
Anonymous, your reply to Anonymous is simply stupid. Please kill yourself now. Thank you.
Try to introduce yourself to Clint Eastwood,
hi everybody i want to know how to make a program by kdevelop to run /stop /wait/ kill all process thanks please anyone answer me
Hello Chuck, we are now on 3.3.1.