[Digikam-users] Solution to make problem

Stephan van den Akker memelink.akker at planet.nl
Sun Jul 3 12:37:56 BST 2005

Hello digikam users,

On Saturday 02 July 2005 16:35, Heiner Lamprecht wrote:

> I just compiled it on my box (SuSE 9.2, running KDE 3.4.1) without 
> problems.  If you like, I can send you an rpm, but I'm not sure if 
> it runs on KDE 3.3.

Thanks for the offer, Heiner. Generally speaking, I think binary rpm's 
are a more user-friendly way to distribute Digikam than source tarballs. 
SuSE does tend to supply fairly up-to-date RPM's, but they depend 
heavily on the accompanying "bleeding edge" KDE-packages. I have had bad 
experiences with those, so I don't want to install them on "production" 

I also posted a bug report on bugs.kde.org, and it got several 
interesting comments. The problem seems to be confined to KDE 3.3.0. 
Have a look at:

With a little hacking of kdemacros.h as proposed by Vardhman, my make 
problem is solved for now. I suspect that it's not an elegant hack, but 
it works for me. Maybe the Digikam crew can look into this some more to 
avoid the problem in 0.7.4 / 0.8.

On Sunday 03 July 2005 19:01, Gilles Caulier wrote:

> Normally this point have been fixed. Witch tarball have you use to build 
> digikam on suse ? From sf.net area ?

The tarball (0.7.3, not a beta version) was downloaded from SF.net.


Stephan van den Akker
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