On Thu, Jan 08, 2004 at 09:45:05AM -0500, Bob Tilley (AT&T) wrote:
> I have KDevelop 3 installed and wish to learn KDE programming.
>> I am sure that the source of most programs in the Debian archives consist of complicated projects with many source files and dependencies. Is it possible to download complete projects for KDE programs?
>> Individually constructing KDE projects with their numerous dependencies and installing all source files piecemeal does not appeal to me. For example, how could I download the project for KMail, open it within KDevelop 3, change certain files, and recompile the project to produce a new binary. Does such a beast exist that will allow me to download everything at once?
>> Development on the Linux platform is completely new to me. The Debian distribution has given me so much in terms of an extremely usable Linux platform. It's time to start returning the favor.
>> Bob Tilley
what's the entry for kdevelop 3 in /etc/apt/sources.list?
if it's for example: deb http://kde.org/kdevelop3
then add this line
then apt-get source kdevelop3
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