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Package Problem with Ubuntu 7.04 [message #10827] Wed, 01 August 2007 01:57 Go to previous message
michael is currently offline  michael
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I'm just testing ultimate++ with Ubuntu 7.04.

The Installation went fine, but when i try to compile a project which i'm developing with windows i got a problem that none of the included packages like CtrlLib, Sql, SqlCtrl and MySql were found.

When i click on one of these packages there is no content within.

The Compilelog looks like this:
/home/michael/Backup/USB-STICK/Entwicklung/UPP/prohibisZA/mainwindow.h:10:29: error: CtrlLib/CtrlLib.h: No su
	ch file or directory
/home/michael/Backup/USB-STICK/Entwicklung/UPP/prohibisZA/mainwindow.h:11:29: error: SqlCtrl/SqlCtrl.h: No su
	ch file or directory
/home/michael/Backup/USB-STICK/Entwicklung/UPP/prohibisZA/mainwindow.h:12:25: error: MySQL/MySQL.h: No such f
	ile or directory
/home/michael/Backup/USB-STICK/Entwicklung/UPP/prohibisZA/mainwindow.h:18:22: error: Draw/iml.h: No such file
	 or directory
In file included from /home/michael/upp/out/prohibisZA/GCC.Debug.Gui.Main.Shared/$blitz.cpp:35:
/home/michael/Backup/USB-STICK/Entwicklung/UPP/prohibisZA/helpdialog.cpp:10:30: error: Core/topic_group.h: No
	 such file or directory


And when i click on my main-package to add a package i can only choose my own packages, not the upp-packages.

Anyone who knows the problem?

[Updated on: Wed, 01 August 2007 02:00]

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