i decided to give kdevelop a go, so i've installed it and tested it out using the simple c++ sdl template and worked alright. but when i started one from scratch it seemed to be looking for headers in /usr/local/include, but mine were installed in /usr/include so i just created a link which sorted the problem, or so i thought! it works if the needed header is directly in the include dir, but if it's in it's own dir eg /usr/include/SDL/SDL.h it won't find it. what really p*sses me off is that it compiled perfectly by cmd line, before and after i created the /usr/local link.
any ideas would be greatly appreciated!
i'm getting tired of having three instances of kwrite AND a terminal hogging all the space on the task bar