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Month: October 2010

Re: [trinity-devel] Questions about building gtk-qt-engine

From: "Timothy Pearson" <kb9vqf@...>
Date: Sun, 3 Oct 2010 18:28:14 -0500
> The package builds and seems to contain the expected files. Package
> installs and appears in KControl. Yet many warning messages.

Just ignore them for now; we honestly don't have the manpower to clean up
the warnings at this time.  Attention should be focused on repairing the
slew of functionality bugs in the bugtracker.

> Log attached.
> ===========================================================
> -- WARNING: you are using the obsolete 'PKGCONFIG' macro use FindPkgConfig
> Is this warning important? Is there anything I can do about this warning?
> ===========================================================
> -- PKGCONFIG() indicates that libbonoboui-2.0 is not installed (install
> the package which contains libbonoboui-2.0.pc if you want to support this
> feature)
> -- bonoboui not found.  Some features of the theme engine will not work as
> intended.
> There is a non-stock build script available for libbonoboui. The
> dependency chain includes libgnome, libbonobo, libgnomecanvas, gnome-vfs,
> GConf2, gnome-mime-data, avahi, ORBit2. Possibly more. To many Slackers
> that is considered a lot of cruft. Therefore, exactly what features are
> lost by not having libbonoboui installed when building gtk-qt-engine?

I don't know.

> ===========================================================
> There are many "warning: unused parameter" messages.
> ===========================================================
> /dev/shm/applications/gtk-qt-engine/src/qt_qt_wrapper.cpp: In function
> 'void drawArrow(GdkWindow*, GtkStyle*, GtkStateType, GtkArrowType, int,
> int, int, int)':
> /dev/shm/applications/gtk-qt-engine/src/qt_qt_wrapper.cpp:1698: warning:
> 'element' may be used uninitialized in this function
> [I built the package in tmpfs, hence the reference to /dev/shm. I am
> focusing on the warning messages.]


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