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Old 05-14-2005, 08:21 PM   #1
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code completion in KDevelop

Hi everyone, I'm trying to start learning KDevelop as I think it's one of the best IDE's for a free system out there. But I've got a question, why does code completion not work all the time? For example it couldn't work in a C++ multimap or vector variable in my project. Do I need to turn something on? I'm trying to make the switch to linux but I was quite comfortable with the editor in Visual Studio.
Also, how do I add existing files to my project. For example if I have a class .h and .cpp files and drop them in the directory, I couldn't find an add files option somewhere. I hade to add new classes and then copy-paste the code.
Old 05-15-2005, 06:35 AM   #2
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I think the best is to open a new Project in the base similar to yours. Put all our code in the source directory and than configure
"automake manager" - on the right pop-side-menu usually.
Have a look to or


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