[Scribus] Compiling CVS version on MDK 9.0
Sun May 11 13:26:48 CEST 2003
Some experiences from compiling the CVS version on my Mdk 9.0.
Mandrake 9.0 is delivered with both 1.4-p6 and 1.6 versions of automake,
1.4-p6 is installed by default.
For backward compatibility reasons, autoconf 2.13 and 2.53 coexist on
Mdk 9.0 (default is 2.13), you have to say, which one you are going to use:
make -f Makefile.dist
#Peter's workaround for using tifflib on Redhat / Mdk:
#Workaround for using lcms, as root:
ln -s /usr/incude/lcms/lcms.h /usr/include/lcms.h
ln -s /usr/incude/lcms/icc34.h /usr/include/icc34.h
#Back to normality:
>On Saturday 10 May 2003 02:50 am, Paul wrote:
>>>I had this problem too until I ungraded autoconf to version 2.57. Even
>>>after ungrading, "make -f Makefile.dist" still failed with errors like:
>>>scribus/Makefile.am:167: invalid unused variable name: `AM_LDFLAGS'
>>>scribus/libabout/Makefile.am:15: invalid unused variable name:
>>>`AM_LDFLAGS' scribus/libprefs/Makefile.am:15: invalid unused variable
>>>name: `AM_LDFLAGS' scribus/plugins/libchar/Makefile.am:16: invalid unused
>>>variable name: `AM_LDFLAGS'
>>>Fixed by commenting this line:
>>>AM_LDFLAGS = -s $(LIBFREETYPE_LIBS)
>>>in a whole bunch of Makefile.am's. After doing this, Scribus compiled
>>>fine and runs great.
>>You shouldn't need to do anything like that - which version of automake
>>are you running?
>automake (GNU automake) 1.4-p6
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