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Month: July 2012

Re: [trinity-devel] Should tdevelop generate apps using the new TQt3 binary names?

From: "David C. Rankin" <drankinatty@...>
Date: Thu, 05 Jul 2012 13:04:53 -0500
On 07/04/2012 04:53 PM, Darrell Anderson wrote:
>>>   I thought about giving tdevelop a run through working
>>> with the older examples
>>> from kdevelop, but ran into questions and a problem. Before
>>> spending the time
>>> doing this -- should I expect it to work? What about
>>> documentation for tdevelop?
>>> I found the entry in the help center, but the tdevelop pages
>>> are blank. Are the
>>> examples or references from the kdevelop docs still
>>> workable?  (i.e., if you
>>> take a kdevelop tutorial and substitute the new binary names
>>> should tdevelop still build the examples?)
>> I created a patch to create tdevelop help files. Looks like
>> the patch works, but I'd appreciate confirmation.
>> At the moment the handbook opens only directly:
>> khelpcenter help:/tdevelop
>> The handbook remains empty when opened through the help
>> center table of contents. I'm still looking into that.
> I pushed to GIT a large patch that fixed several tdevelop issues. Mostly kdevelop->tdevelop cleanup (tdevelop could not find plugins) and ensure the help files compile. The push includes the previously mentioned patch. Be sure to git pull and rebuild. :-)
> I haven't figured out why tdevelop help is not viewable from the help center table of contents, but the manual is available from the app (F1). No applets are viewable from the table of contents either.
> There probably is some more tdevelop cleanup that is required. Somebody familiar with tdevelop should go through some of the basics to ensure everything is working.
> Darrell
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Tim, Darrell,

  Sorry, I was out for the forth. Here is what I get when I try and run tdevelop:

  This was _before_ Darrell's last push, so I will rebuild and report back.
Darrell, have you got tdevelop C++ IDE running on your builds?

David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.