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Old 10-09-2003, 02:40 PM   #1
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kdevelop programming


i launch kdevelpe on my redhat 9 linux and then tries to make a new project by going to
Project\New and then keyin the project name and then click on "create" button and i got this warning

configure.in:44: warning: do not use m4_patsubst: use patsubst or m4_bpatsubst
configure.in:75: warning: do not use m4_regexp: use regexp or m4_bregexp
sh: line 1: kdoc: command not found

what is wrong?
 
  


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