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Old 11-13-2006, 09:17 PM   #1
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Adding / deleting a class in project with KDevelop


Hi, I've been developping in C++ with KDevelop. I'm not too familiar with KDevelop but I guess it's a little similar to Visual C. But I haven't been able to delete or add a class into the project. If I wanted to delete a class from the project, I just deleted the class from the file selector or console. But then if I build the project it showed some error because it couldn't find the deleted class. Also I don't know how to add/import a single class. The only one available is only importing a project (not a single class). So how do I do those kind of things (adding/deleting classes)??

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