On 03/03/2011 10:51 PM, Kristopher Gamrat wrote: > On Thu, Mar 3, 2011 at 5:06 PM, David C. Rankin > <drankinatty@...> wrote: >> Guys, >> >> Just a note. After going through nightmares early on with kdelibs and kdebase >> pulling in Qt4 files, I have gotten trinity to build fine with Qt4 installed on >> arch. I'm not sure what has changed. Whether there were updates to cmake files >> that helped or whether it was not having kde4 installed that makes the >> difference. However, with Qt4 installed, I can now build trinity without conflicts. > > I'm leaning toward cmake updates. KDE4 shouldn't interfere with > building TDE (other than to take up extra memory when loaded that > could be used to speed up building), unless you are trying to install > them to the same directories. They are supposed to be able coexist > with each other -- just make sure that you are using a different > directory to install TDE than is used for KDE4. > I don't know about currently installing kde4 along side trinity (at least on Arch) For some reason starting trinity with kde4 present causes all the autostart files in /usr/share/autostart to be executed resulting in the kde4 plasma panel to load on top of the trinity kicker and nepomuk/akonadi, etc. to be started. I know trinity will run along side kde4 because Albert's 3.5.12 build for Arch (updated kdemod3) runs fine with kde4 present. We will have to look at how that is modified to handle kde4. Albert, if you know, please chime in :) -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.