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How to open existing project (C++) on Linux

I switched from Windows to using Kubuntu 18.04 on my main PC and set up UE 4.19.1 there (built from GitHub). Now I want to work on a project that's already there. How do I set up the existing project to use CodeLite (the IDE I'm going to use) when there's no workspace-file or anything for that (just VS solution files since it was created on Windows)?

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asked May 17 '18 at 01:30 PM in Linux

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You should be able to just open the project in UE4Editor, enable the Codelite plugin, set the Codelite as the code editor and things should just work.

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answered May 17 '18 at 03:43 PM

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