[Scribus] Re: Compiling cvs on Mandrake 9.2
Tue Dec 7 02:40:42 CET 2004
I recently replied indirectly to Christoph's original
message to say that I too am having the same problem
he reports building from CVS snapshots. I did not
have this build problem prior to the changes to the
auto* files in the admin directory.
I am building using a Mandrake source RPM (modified
version of a 1.2 source RPM I found). The pertinent
section of the RPM is included here:
make -f Makefile.cvs
export CFLAGS="$RPM_OPT_FLAGS -I/usr/include/lcms"
export CXXFLAGS="$RPM_OPT_FLAGS -I/usr/include/lcms"
./configure --prefix=%_prefix \
The following versions of autoconf, automake, qt and
gcc are installed on my build system:
It's apparent to me that the argument to KDE_USE_QT
tested in acinclude.m4.in is null (this snippet
transformed also appears in the generated configure)
-- can/should it be set <= to the version of qt
installed on the target system at the time oonfigure
if test -z "$1"; then
# Current default Qt version: 3.3
kde_qtsubver=`echo "$1" | sed -e
# following is the check if subversion isnt found
# in passed argument
from config.log (as originally noted by Owen):
> if test -z ""; then
> # Current default Qt version: 3.3
If I'm way off base, I apologize for wasting your
time, but I (and others I'm sure) would really like
to be able to build from CVS snapshots again without
upgrading our production systems. Your help in
solving this problem would be much appreciated.
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