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    Default how to integrate qt into kdevelop correct way

    helo i m using very old version of kde-2.1 with qt -3.3.0 installed at /usr/local/qt
    for i make my gui part in qt and uisng that gui into kdevelope.
    i integrate gui into kdevelop as given below.
    first of all i make one project file into qt
    thne design forms.
    declare slots.
    then i done
    #qmake -o makefile
    then i add .h and .cpp files into kdevelop
    and write defination of slots into kdevelop
    its works
    but i dont know this is correct way or not
    can u tell me which is correct way
    Thx n Regards,

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    Default Re: how to integrate qt into kdevelop correct way

    I don't remember how it was in KDevelop 2, but I think you can at least import the project as a custom project, so that qmake and make will be called when needed, but it is also possible that you can import/create a Qt project directly. Anyway, the best way would be to upgrade to KDE3 and KDevelop 3, as it has full support for Qt3 application development.

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