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Month: December 2012

Re: [trinity-devel] Trying to fix bug #1170 (Kima FTBFS)

From: pauline martin <321eniluap@...>
Date: Tue, 4 Dec 2012 16:16:48 -0500
On Tue, Dec 4, 2012 at 4:10 PM, Darrell Anderson <darrella@...> wrote:
>>As Slávek said this package is still built with the autotools.
>>However when I run the configure script it runs through the script
>>until it stops when it tries to find tde-config.  If I change it to
>>kde-config (in the configure script which I know should not be
> needed)
>>it tells me that it cannot find the qt-mt library.
> Starting with R14, kde-config is renamed to tde-config. All
> previous Trinity releases still use kde-config. The trick then is
> to ensure your build environment is correct. If you are building
> 3.5.13.x then you use the 3.5.13.x tarballs. If you are building
> R14, then use the GIT tree as sources rather than tarballs.
> R14 is expected to be built against TQt3, which will install a tqt-
> mt pkgconfig file. If you build with Qt3, as is the case prior to
> R14, then a qt-mt pkgconfig file is installed.
> If you are running 3.5.13.x as your production environment, you can
> still build R14. Use a second computer, use a virtual machine, use
> a chroot environment, reboot to a different partition set, etc.
> Slavek and Francois build and support both environments. They would
> be the best people to ask for advice how they manage both
> environments.
> Darrell
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I am trying to build it within a chroot, but unless I am doing that
wrong I do not know what I need to do.  :(  I am also not opposed to
uninstalling my current version of trinity and working from a
different environment, whatever is the best way to do it.  I can use
qemu or virtualbox.  It does not matter to me. if there is a specific
way that one would suggest building them please let me know what it
is, even if it a little unorthodox.