From: A. Mani <a_mani_sc_gs@vs...> - 2004-09-15 22:19:10
>Date: Mon, 13 Sep 2004 20:13:34 +0200
>From: Jeroen Wijnhout <Jeroen.Wijnhout@...>
>To: kile-devel@..., kile-announce@...
>Subject: [Kile-devel] beta version of Kile 1.7 released
>As of now the first public beta release of Kile, an Integrated LaTeX
>Environment for KDE, is available for download
>(for instructions use this link):
>Kile-1.7 requires KDE 3.2 or newer.
>This test release offers many new features, in particular the following should
>be tested (full Changelog can be found below):
>- new tool system, QuickBuild tool can be configured completely
>- it is possible to switch to other TeX systems besides LaTeX
>- autocompletion of (La)TeX commands, configurable (Settings->Configure
>- System Check (Settings->System Check), checks if all (La)TeX tools are
>available and if Kile is configured correctly. This needs to be checked since
>people have reported problems with this feature.
>- Detailed clickable error summary.
>Several others have worked on this release, in particular I would like to
>mention Holger Danielsson and Simon Martin, who both put a lot of effort into
I tried it on my extra PCQlinux (FC1-based) installation with KDE-3.2 on
a i686. I got the following error message towards the end of 'make' :
/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lpcreposix.
Where is the problem ? The qt version is 3.2
Even 6.3 was a problem on this installation.
On my main 5-kernel FC-1 installation Kile-6.3 is fine... but it is on
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