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Old 09-08-2003, 10:28 AM   #1
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Question Parse error returned when compiling a source file with Kdevelop

Hello all. i am new in developing with linux , and especially with kdevelop. I am currently trying to compile the source code of ip tools . To be more specific i am trying to build the ip command . But when i insert some source files into my project when i try to compile them i get a "parse error at line x" error.. This happens at specific lines of the code , and only on 2 files of a total of 8 .c files... Any help would be appreciated..
I am using red hat linux 9 with kdevelop 2.1.5 with kde 3.1-10 .
Thanks in advance... !!!
Old 09-09-2003, 07:00 AM   #2
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Why don't you be more specific about the errors. It is generally better to stick with editors such as kate,kwrite etc., or vi,emacs and use the shell for compiling than using KDevelop. This is because KDevelop expects a certain level of user knowledge to work on it.

Try using the make file from a console and post the errors in the forum.


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