Am Freitag, 31. Juli 2015, 13:50:37 schrieb Hartmut Rosch:
Now after the upgrade to tumbleweed it crashes when kdevelp is calling drkonqi.
No. It's not crashing because it cannot call drkonqi, rather the other way round: drkonqi is tried to be called because kdevelop crashes. For some reason it doesn't work, but that's not what causes the crash.
That said, I see the following in your crash report: kdevelop(6495)/kdevplatform (shell) KDevelop::PluginController::loadPluginInternal: Could not obtain factory to load plugin "kdevokteta" "Bibliothek /usr/lib64/kde4/kdevokteta.so kann nicht geladen werden: (libkasten2okteta1core.so.1: Kann die Shared-Object-Datei nicht öffnen: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden)" kdevelop(6495)/kdevplatform (shell) KDevelop::PluginController::loadPluginInternal: Loading plugin ' "kdevokteta" ' failed.
kdevelop4 in Tumbleweed is built without the okteta plugin, as okteta is KF5 based already. So it shouldn't even try to load it I suppose, this might hint to an incompatible mix of packages.
Can you post your repo list? zypper lr -d
And where your kdevelop packages come from? rpm -qai kdevelop*
Does it crash on a new user account too?
KDevelop4 does have issues when built with GCC5 though, see here: https://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php/508423-KDevelop-crash I've created a package with a fix (see the forum thread), you might try to install this and see if it helps.
Kind Regards, Wolfgang