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Month: September 2010

Re: [trinity-devel] Building kdebindings

From: "Timothy Pearson" <kb9vqf@...>
Date: Tue, 14 Sep 2010 16:34:52 -0500
> Okay, let's ensure I have my head on straight. :)

Yes you do; your summary below is correct.

> I think I understand
> what is happening here. I've already updated svn and am compiling
> kdebindings now.
> Here is what I am adding to the kdebindings build script notes, adapted
> from your svn README. Please review:
> # Some build notes about kdebindings:
> # In the past, the kdebinding sources from KDE upstream were stock and
> untouched. With
> # Trinity KDE, the SIP and Python binding support was split from the
> original kdebindings
> # sources. Both SIP and PyQt are maintained upstream and no longer are or
> should be a part
> # of (Trinity) kdebindings. Further, the python sources originally part of
> the stock
> # kdebindings package were outdated and do not compile with the latest
> flex/bison/python
> # sources.
> # SIP and PyQt3 may be downloaded at
> # Python binding support remains available with Trinity KDE. A new package
> called PyKDE is
> # available in the Trinity source tree: <svnroot>/libraries/python-kde3.
> That package can be
> # compiled against the latest SIP and PyQt sources. That is, install SIP
> and PyQT, then build PyKDE.
> # SIP and PyQT are required to build PyKDE.
> # Summary: Python support no longer is part of kdebindings but remains
> available in different packages.
> Are the patches I submitted regarding the three /usr/include files needed?
> I'm building right now with those patches....

I don't think so.  In fact, I was hesitant to apply them (and did not
apply them) because I did not like what they were doing to the Trinity C++
namespace.  If they are absolutely necessary, then I will have no choice
but to commit them and do a full rebuild test for Debian.

Let me know either way!