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Ha anyone been able to make KDevelop on OpenBSD? Any hints?
http://www.kdevelop.org/index.html?filename=3.0/branches_compiling.html



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I managed it by  by executing

$ cd /usr/ports/devel/kdevelop
$ make; make install; make clean;

hope this will solve your problem
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$ file /usr/ports/devel/kdevelop
/usr/ports/devel/kdevelop: can't stat `/usr/ports/devel/kdevelop' (No such file or directory).
$ uname -ap
OpenBSD hq.hq 3.5 HQ.s#5 i386


Any suggestions ???
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Hi,

there is no port for KDevelop on OpenBSD as far as I know.
You can try and compile it yourself, though.

If you need any help with that, I'd be glad to give you some hints.

Regards,

Roland
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Sorry it is my fault  There is no port for KDevelop in OpenBSD.

I will try to adjust the FreeBSD port to the OpenBSD.

If I can manage I wil post it in here and OpenBSD
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This will not work, you need to look through FreeBSD ports building environment, notice differences between kdesdk and kdevelop and rewrite to OpenBSD, maybe even without luck
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You do not need to write a port.

As I already said, you can try and compile and install it yourself.

There seemed to be an issue with qt-multithreaded, which is required for KDevelop and was not available on OpenBSD, not sure if theses issues are resolved now; and since I do not have KDE installed, I cannot try and compile for you.

For some information regarding OpenBSD and KDevelop, you can try searching newsgroups, for example for 'openbsd kdevelop':

http://groups.google.com/groups?q=kdevelop+openbsd&sourceid=opera&num=0&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8

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Roland
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Qt  on OpenBSD problem seems to be solved but users will need to manually adjust the configuration  in order to be able to compile it.  which will need to be patched  I am still looking into it before taking any assumptions since it cannot be compiled on OpenBsd 3.3 as it is.(tried).
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soz
should be OpenBSD 3.5
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Hi,

just an information:
there is a port for kdevelop 3.1.0 now, see this mailing list message: http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=openbsd-ports&m=109737247528328&w=2

The port runs only on 3.6-current, I assume.

Perhaps this helps,

Roland
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