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Old 07-15-2001, 07:00 PM   #1
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Question For some reason I can't compile a .cpp file with kdevelop, the button is greyed out.

I like kedevelop because it is similar to borland, but I can't compile a file because the button is greyed out. I used it once, before I reinstalled linux and the only difference was that it automatically included the GNU header. If you have to have the GNU header how do I display it. If that isn't the problem, please help me figure this out. Thanks!

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you might want to make sure you have all the dependencies installed,...i.e.- automake, gcc, etc..


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