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Bug#301385: marked as done (Problems with multi-target project)

Your message dated Mon, 01 Nov 2010 02:40:58 +0100
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has caused the Debian Bug report #301385,
regarding Problems with multi-target project
to be marked as done.

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Package: kdevelop3
Version: 3.1.2-4
kernel: 2.6.10-1-k7
libc6-i686 : 2.3.2.ds1-20

I try to generate a Mult-target project (simply I use Hello world template 
 and add another target). When I try to execute a active target via automake 
 manager, first appeared "There is no Makefile in this Directory...". But if 
 I make this target active and run via the "Execute program (Shift+F9)" it

 works  normally. I think it is a problem relative with Paths when used with

 multiple-targes.  kdevelop try execute the target from the top /src directory

 and not  from /debug/src directory. Despite of all my efforts I'm not be able

 to find a  solution for this problem. Also, I installed the Kdevelop 3.2 but 

this problem  remains.  I use: 
 automake 1.7.9 
 autoconf 2.59a 
 libtool 1.5.6 

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Version: 4:4.0.1-1

No response from the submitter for 4 weeks, closing.

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