On 03/31/2012 10:12 PM, Darrell Anderson wrote: > I just built Amarok with the following build options: > > -DWITH_XINE=ON \ > -DWITH_LIBVISUAL=ON \ > -DWITH_KONQSIDEBAR=ON \ > -DWITH_IPOD=ON \ > -DWITH_YAUAP=ON \ <--- > -DWITH_NJB=ON \ > -DWITH_MTP=ON \ <--- > -DWITH_DAAP=OFF \ > -DWITH_MP4V2=OFF \ > -DWITH_IFP=OFF \ > -DWITH_RIOKARMA=OFF \ > -DBUILD_ALL=ON || exit 1 > > DAAP was covered in a previous post about ruby. The MPV42 problem is covered by bug report 346. I don't have the support package installed for IFP. I am not going to try with RIOKARMA because the libkarma libs require the mono overhead. My curiosity was mainly in building the full package to make sure it built and confirming the code. I concur with riokarma and mono, but dead code hanging off any branch of the GIT tree serves no one. I'll update the bug reports tomorrow. I have to fix my yauap build script on my box before testing that part of the code further. It was actually a great exercise to step though the different build issues and either fix them or run them to the point where I exhausted my knowledge and allowable time. Thanks for the follow-up and adding to the pool of knowledge I'm drinking from :) -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.