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Month: September 2011

Re: [trinity-devel] kdebase problem: Library files for '' not found in paths

From: /dev/ammo42 <mickeytintincolle@...>
Date: Sun, 4 Sep 2011 21:48:10 +0200
Le Sun, 4 Sep 2011 13:03:53 -0500,
"Timothy Pearson" <kb9vqf@...> a Ă©crit :

> >> Why does TDE use "lib" directory, since I compiled for "lib64" ?
> >> Is there a trick to change this ? (environment variable at
> >> runtime ? cmake configuration flag ?)
> > It probably originates from a Debian/Ubuntu patch:
> > -Debian/Ubuntu uses lib instead of lib64
> > -Debian/Ubuntu developers don't mind of the portability of their
> > patches -The Trinity source was based on KDE 3.5.10 with
> > Debian/Ubuntu patches
> >>
> >> Thanks
> >> Francois Andriot
> Good thinking!  Although as a Debian/Ubuntu developer I could take
> offence at your comment... ;-)
It would be good thinking if I built Trinity with autotools… it was
not the case, so I am clearly wrong.
And I didn't intend any offence, since I understand that Debian/Ubuntu
patches are not always intended to be merged upstream (the Qt3
dpkg-architecture patch is obviously in this case, for example).
> TDE aims to be distribution agnostic.  If you can identify where the
> problem is, I will rectify it in SVN immediately.
> Can you try the attached patch to see if it rectifies the problem?
> Note that it ONLY works with packages that are built via Autotools
> (i.e. arts, kdelibs, kdebase will NOT be affected by the application
> of this patch--if the problem exists in kdelibs/kdebase please let me
> know).  Also, you will have to apply the patch and regenerate your
> Autotools files (make -f admin/Makefile.common) before rebuilding
> each Trinity module or application.
When I encountered this problem in May I didn't even try to build
non-CMake parts of Trinity, but neither kdebase nor kdelibs would work
properly. I built qt3, qca and poppler-qt3 with the Slackware 13.0
build scripts, with which Patrick Volderking managed to have a working
x86_64 KDE 3.5.10.
> Thanks!
> Tim