I know this subject doesn't really fit here but I'll try it anyway.
I'm trying to start a C project with KDevelop using by opening a new project, select a C "hello world program". After selecting the right projectdirectory from where the project will be built I get a nice simple hello program with gnu automake.
Well, everything looks fine. But I want to add some source, so I started to create a directory "include" and add a xxx.h file in it. Now here comes the drama for me. If I want to build the project, it keeps complaining about a xxx.h doesn't exist. I tried #include "xxx.h" as well as #include <xxx.h> I checked the automake.am and it seems not filled the right way I suppose. In another C project I imported once, it works well and in the automake.am it has noinst_HEADER = blabla.h blabla2.h ....
The one I have has _SOURCE = xxx.h I assume it should be something like noinst_HEADER = xxx.h Tried that out, and still have the smame issue.
And though I love opensource and KDevelop is opensource, it really hurts in my heart to not having a simple thing done. The docs isn't complete, I can't post on a kdevelop forum as I can't subscribe, I'm totally lost.
I hope someone is able to help me out here, thanks!