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Old 11-30-2003, 06:08 AM   #1
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Using Kdevelop to creating makefiles

I've been given a c++ project consisting of many .cpp and .h files, which compile nicely in windows and been told to make them compile in Linux. My tutor wants me to use KDevelop but I am having trouble understanding how to use it.

What is the best way to create a project using the files he's given me? Is it to create a new project, in which case how do I know what type of C++ project to create, or is it to import an existing project, in which case do I want custom make or automake? I don't know anything about make files so is it possible to have one created for my project automatically?

Thanks in advance


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