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Old 07-18-2005, 12:39 AM   #1
LinToWinWin
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kdevelop "cannot find plugin for c++"


Hi,
I installed kdevelop3.1.2 previously. It was working fine. Now, i got a source file for kdevelop3.2.1. I had no problems with installation. But, when i try to open a project, it says "Cannot create language plugin for C++". I uninstalled the new version, and again installed the old one(3.1.2) and was baffled to see that the same message appears again.

As for as i am concerned, i didnot make any modifications for my makefile. All i did is
./configure
make
make install

Can any one help me out what to do.

thanks.
LintoWinWin
 
Old 07-18-2005, 03:14 AM   #2
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I was able to overcome it when i reinstalled libkdevelop as well.

thanks,
Shyam
 
  


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