Sun Jul 20 01:13:17 CEST 2003
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I started looking into making scribus build with Qt/Mac, and came to
much the same conclusions as Tor Ake Fransso (who posted about it a
couple of days ago).
If you use the latest admin dir from KDE CVS, there should be an
- --enable-mac option which will turn off all the X11 stuff.
I'm also putting together patches to make things link nicely (mac's
linker isn't too happy with the "-s" you're passing to LD with
$AM_LDFLAGS everywhere. What is that option supposed to be doing? I'm
not familiar with it (gcc's trying to treat it like -shared, but that's
a linux-specific ld flag I believe...)
The way you normally do this is to instead add -module to the
libfoo_la_LDFLAGS line, I'll have patches shortly.
I'm also working on getting some code to look for resources inside the
app bundle, rather than a full path, and a way to enumerate fonts
without reading the X11 font server config...
I'll post patches when I have something more. Looks like a cool tool,
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