required KDevelop 4 packages for C++ programming

Asked by EricWang on 2010-04-28

Could you tell me how many packages I should install, therefore KDevelop 4 can build a C++ program ? I clicked 'Build' button, but there was no activities appeared in 'Build Window'. Should I add any Environment Variable in addition to Environment Group set as 'Default' in 'Configure KDevelop' ?

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Przemek K. (azrael) said : #1

Do you have build-essential installed? (all compilers metapackage)
As far as I remember, Kdevelop will require this to be installed.

madmed (medbelh) said : #2

I tested it in kubuntu and it works without any additional packages. (Installation guide http://www.kubuntu.org/news/kdevelop-beta-9)
You can also try installing g++ if it is not installed.

EricWang (ewang) said : #3

Hi,
  Thanks for your quick response. Yes, build-essential was installed. I found the problem was lack of Cmake since I created the project using project template "Simple Cmake-based C++ application". Currently my simple program can be built and run, however there is a little bit strange in debugging. The followings are source of my program,

#include <iostream>
#include <stdio.h>

Int main(int argc, char **argv) {
 printf("Hello\n");
 std::cout << "Hello, world!" << std::endl;
 return 0;
}

  I set break points at both statements printf and std:cout. After I clicked "Debug" button on toolbar, the program execution stopped at once with lightbar and arrow stayed at right bracket (The one indicating end of main() function body). At this moment, there is no output in Debug window. I clicked 'Continue' button, lightbar and arrow stayed at same place and Debug window has following output,

Hello
Hello, world!

  I clicked 'Continue' button again, then my program terminated. So it seems there are two problems here,

  1. The lightbar and arrow to indicate next execution statement can not position themselves at right location.
  2. The second break point doesn't have effect.

  Do you have any idea what went wrong ?

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Przemysław Kulczycki proposed the following answer:
Do you have build-essential installed? (all compilers metapackage) As far as I remember, Kdevelop will require this to be installed.

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madmed (medbelh) said : #4

the final release of kdevelop 4 was released yesterday you may check it out maybe this they fixed it.
http://www.kubuntu.org/news/kdevelop-4

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