Under the "Build" menu, you'll see two selections. 1- for "Autoconf and
automake" and 2- "Configure". If you make changes at the project level like
changing options, adding libs, etc. You need to run autoconf and automake,
and Configure to recreate the makefiles.
Normally, to test out code changes and just make (build) the project, you'd
just press F8 or use the Build -> Make menu.
Here's another one that you might run into... To add libraries to the
project. goto Project -> options (or press F7) and then select "Linker
Options". In the "Additional Libraries" box, enter the library to use using
the -l prefix. For example, if you're using libcrypto.a then enter
-lcrypto. Of course, you'd have to autoconf/automake, and configure again
after this change.
> I just installed RH9 and KDevelop that comes w/ it.
> I made a new Console C++ project and as I try to compile I get:
> aclocal.m4:3009:your implementation of AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE comes from an
> old Automake version. you should recreate aclocal.m4 with aclocal and
> run automake again.
> I am new to RH and KDevelop.
> Any help is appreciated.