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Old 08-27-2006, 01:14 PM   #1
Zmyrgel
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Allegro, ncurses etc. with KDevelop


Hi,

I am just starting to continue my school programming work. I'm gonna use Allegro, SDL, ncurses in this. I think I'll try to get this going with KDevelop. Question is that how to add those libraries for the KDevelop and how to use them in it?

Also if someone has some 'easier' tool in mind to do this, I'm open for ideas.

In past with Windows I used Dev-C++ which was wonderfull development tool for my project.
 
  


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