[Scribus] Scribus 1.1.2 on Debian woody.
Klaus Ade Johnstad
Wed Nov 12 23:03:54 CET 2003
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onsdag 12. november 2003, 22:09, skrev Paul:
> > I'm trying to compile Scribus 1.1.2 on Debian Woody, but since
> > Woody uses GCC 2.95, I thought I should try installing a backported
> > verision of gcc, so I now have gcc 3.2 installed. But then I should
> > also have qt compiled with gcc 3.2, right?
> Yep. If you have a new version of gcc, you need to recompile Qt
Seems that if I try to use "CC=gcc-3.2 CXX=g++-3.2" when compiling
scribus 1.1.2, I get the the
checking for Qt... configure: error: Qt (>= Qt 3.0.2) (library qt-mt)
I see from config.log that it uses my qt3.2.2 compiled with gcc 3.2, but
I seem to get into trouble when I try to compile scribus 1.1.2 with gcc
3.2. When I try to compile with
gcc and c++ symlinked to gcc-3.2 and g++-3.2 then scribus complains
about not finding my qt3.2.2
If I use 2.95 it does find my qt3.2.2, but it won't compile on make.
Anybody running Scribus 1.1.2 on Woody?
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