Not created new application from template "Qt4 GUI Application".
Steps to Reproduce:
2.Project -> New from template
3.C++ / Qt(qmake) / Qt4 GUI Application
Shows messages in warnings dialogs:
1) "Could not load project management plugin KDevQMakeManager"
2) "project importing plugin (KDevQMakeManager) does not support the IProjectFileManager interface."
and in error dialog:
1) Project could not be opened: file:///home/prizrak/projects/testApp/testApp.kdev4
New application from template created.
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Created attachment 208880 [details]
kdevelop-3.9.95 install log
In log absent info about copying "kdevqmakemanager.so".
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> kdevelop-3.9.95 install log
> In log absent info about copying "kdevqmakemanager.so".
Very good comment, thanks for the tip ;)
mhh... It does not work here too... probably a bug in CMake stuff during install phase... I'll have a look at it
@herd: Another idea ?
Can confirm this is still present in dev-util/kdevelop-3.9.97
To add to this report "kdevqmakemanager.so" doesn't exist on my gentoo box at all.
Alternatively "kdevcmakemanager.so" does (Note the "cmake" difference) and the corresponding project creation of "C++ / Qt (cmake) / Qt4 CMake Gui App" works without issue.
It appears that the kdevelop install is not installing the "kdevqmakemanager.so" shared library.
I have an unmasked version of dev-util/kdevelop 3.9.99 installed.
One addition to my previous comment: Both the qmake & cmake USE flags are enabled for the ebuild on my system.
[ebuild R ] dev-util/kdevelop-3.9.99 USE="cmake cxx qmake (-aqua) -debug (-kdeenablefinal) -qthelp" 0 kB
What about kdevelop 1.0.0?
Seems fixed with recent kdevelop versions