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Old 12-15-2003, 05:30 PM   #1
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Kdevelop IDE & copying files


I'm using Kdevelop to manage a C++ program I have previously written that consists of multiple files in multiple directories.

The problem I have is that when Kdevelop imports these files, it copies them to the project directory. The code compiles fine, but when I want to port the code to windows, the directory structure is no longer there. All of the files are in the same directory.

Is there anyway to get Kdevelop to manage all these files in their appropriate directories?

Thanks so much.



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