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Month: August 2014

Re: [trinity-devel] openbsd

From: François Andriot <francois.andriot@...>
Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2014 19:25:32 +0200
Le 01/08/2014 17:41, Timothy Pearson a �crit :
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>> Hi all,
>> does anybody ever built TDE on some kind of BSD?
>> Nik
> While I have not done so personally, I would be very interested to know if
> it is still possible.  Maintaining support for *NIX systems, not just
> Linux, is a goal of the project.
> BSD still uses HAL, correct?
> Tim
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I'm in the process of building for openbsd, by reusing existing 
kde 3.5.10 openbsd packaging.
I currently have QT3, tqtinterface, and arts working. I'm now looking at 

I've investigated a little and seen that openbsd packages won't build 
out of the box for freebsd or netbsd ... the ports building utility have 
diverged a little.

Also, there is no hal daemon for openbsd and netbsd. Only Freebsd seems 
to have it, but Freebsd does not have KDE3 anymore ... weird ...

There are several existing patches for kde 3.5.10 to build kdelibs in 
openbsd. It looks like the current conditional code in TDE (#ifdef 
openbsd) is outdated.

There are also strange behaviour with cmake generated makefiles. Some 
linker flags that are automatically added in linux are not in openbsd.

I'll upload the result when I'll have a working tdebase .