[Scribus] Cmake miseries redux.

Gregory Pittman gpittman
Fri Oct 26 16:00:04 CEST 2007

John Culleton wrote:
> On Friday 26 October 2007 02:51:15 am Craig Ringer wrote:
>> John Culleton wrote:
>>> In a 1.3.5 svn download when I do:
>>> cmake ../Scribus
>>> I get the following error:
>>> CMake Error: Qt qmake not found!
>>> But qmake exists on my system in /usr/bin/qmake.
>> You've omitted some important information:
>> 	- Distro
>> 	- Distro version
>> 	- Qt version
>> 	- CMake version
>> 	- The full output from CMake
> There were bits and pieces of qt4 on my system but I thought the safest course 
> was to just download a qt4 package from a Slackware site. It is  installed 
> under /opt/qt4.
> I  linked that qmake (found in /opt/qt4/bin)  to /usr/bin replacing the former 
> link to an earlier qmake.  
> "cmake ." now works. I am attempting a compile  using "make." After this 
> completes  can I just rename the current version of /usr/local/bin/scribus to 
> e.g., scribus.3.3.10 and then do a make install on 1.3.5? 
This is NOT going to work. You need to do as Craig says and indicate 
when you run cmake another directory for your 1.3.5:

cmake . -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX:PATH=/your/svnversiondir/

If you change the name of scribus in /usr/local/bin you could easily end 
up with neither version working.


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