[Scribus] Crash and export problems.
Wed Jan 18 15:24:57 CET 2006
On Wednesday 18 January 2006 15:09, Mark Nowiasz wrote:
> Am Dienstag, den 17.01.2006, 22:55 -0500 schrieb Gregory Pittman:
> > And fourthly, but not leastly, time and time again, someone
> > complains about the lack of a feature in 1.2.x, and the answer
> > is, "you really should move up to 1.3.x, since that feature was
> > added there long ago and is working well."
> There's a snag, though - right now scribus 1.3.x doesn't compile
> very well on FreeBSD:
> * configure doesn't recognize lcms and libtiff (well, it's
> possible to create some symlinks to fix this problem)
> * configure thinks that I'm running qt 4 - when in fact I've
> installed qt 3.3.5
> Well, both problems are possible to fix, but I'd prefer a clean
> FreeBSD port - and to be honest I'm rather reluctant to use a
> version marked as unstable for real work - this is a psychological
> reason, but nevertheless I'm a little bit afraid to encounter a bug
> just before deadline.
Can you file a bug and attach the output of ./configure and
The Qt test is actually to ensure you do not try to compile against
One other thing to check is:
If this variable is not set, sometimes configure will fail.
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