[Scribus] 1.3.5 svn miseries

John Culleton john
Wed Feb 13 03:50:28 CET 2008

On Tuesday 12 February 2008 08:51:27 am Craig Ringer wrote:
> John Culleton wrote:
> > Well I corrected one mistake. On svn I was asking for 13x when I should
> > have been asking for 135x.
> Is development for 1.3.5 no longer taking place in trunk/ ?
> >  And on the Kubuntu side I needed to install
> > build-install also.  Slackware has all the compile requirements as 
> > standard. Guess I am spoiled.
> If you found you had to install more packages than the BUILDING file
> says you should have to for Ubuntu/Kubuntu, it'd be very helpful if you
> could provide a list so they can be added. That way later users won't
> have to worry about it so long as they read the documentation.
> > On Slack I noted that if I linked certain include files into my compile
> > directory then errors went away. So I linked /usr/lib/Qt4-4.3.3/include
> > to /usr/include/qt4. That solved many errors.
> This suggests that the CMake Qt4 detection code might be doing something
> wrong. Unfortunately to have much idea what, a CMakeCache.txt from
> before you changed your system setup would be needed, unless there's
> someone else having issues with 1.3.5svn on Kubuntu.
> --
> Craig Ringer
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For Kubuntu unstable I had to apt-get install gcc, cmake and make as well as 
build-install. Now I am hung up in both partitions because of missing cairo 
elements. apt-get install cairo doesn't work. I have asked on the kubuntu 
list what deb I need to call for. 

Stay tuned. 

John Culleton
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