[Digikam-users] Compile problem with .9.0 SVN

Gilles Caulier caulier.gilles at kdemail.net
Thu Apr 6 06:47:59 BST 2006

On Tuesday 04 April 2006 07:24 pm, Duncan Hill wrote:
> Gilles Caulier wrote:
> > Le Mardi 4 Avril 2006 16:56, Duncan Hill a écrit :
> >> I'm running in to the same issue reported by Full Decent back in March,
> >> where depcomp complains that it hasn't been fed a valid command
> >>
> >> http://mail.kde.org/pipermail/digikam-devel/2006-March/004054.html is
> >> his posting, with Gilles commenting about the version of the admin
> >> subdir.
> >>
> >> My error is exactly the same, and it appears to be because the Makefile
> >> or similar in lprof has #>- as the prefix on some lines.  Editing the
> >> Makefile in lprof to remove all lines prefixed with #>- or #>+ has
> >> 'cured' the problem in that the compile runs.  I -think- make is getting
> >> confused as heck by the commented lines in the middle of the build
> >> statements, and feeding the wrong lines to depcomp, causing the build to
> >> fail.
> >
> > svn revert on the files will solve the problem normally
> Hmm, but these are files fresh from checkout and make -f Makefile.cvs ;
> configure.  Are you saying that the make / configure process is screwing
> up the lprof makefile?

The file changes have been corrupted during svn up. look the svn doc for more 
details, espcially about the letter used to indicate if change in repository 
have been merged, updtaed in local, or in conflict.

svn revert force to use always kde svn content.


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