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       kde-build has been designed to keep a local copy of sev­
       eral KDE CVS modules up to date and recompile them. Those
       modules have to be saved in a common directory, e.g. some­
       thing like

             +-> kdelibs/
             +-> kdebase/
             \-> kdenetwork/

       In this case, the KDE source directory would be ~/kde-
       src/. The script will take care of compiling them in the
       correct order, checks for dependencies and resolves them
       as far as possible.

       Please not that, prior to first invokation of the script,
       the configuration file 'kde-buildrc' has to be modified to
       reflect the local environment, such as paths etc.


       The following error codes are returned by the script.

       0 - No error seems to have occured.

       1 - The script could not change into the directory of a

       2 - The script could not open the file 'Makefile.in' of a

       3 - The configuration of a module failed.

       4 - The compilation of a module failed.

       5 - The installation of a module failed.

       6 - An invalid source directory was specified.

       7 - An invalid Qt directory was specified.

       8 - An invalid CVS client was specified.

       9 - No cvsup server was specified.
       other than Linux.


       Add a DIAGNOSIS section to this man page.


       Frerich Raabe <raabe@kde.org>

2002-10-01                 perl v5.6.1               KDE-BUILD(1)

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