[Kde-bindings] compile problem in smoke/kde
Richard_Dale at tipitina.demon.co.uk
Thu Jul 22 14:51:26 UTC 2004
On Thursday 22 July 2004 15:31, Dominique Devriese wrote:
> Richard Dale writes:
> > On Thursday 22 July 2004 15:05, Dominique Devriese wrote:
> >> The header is there on my system as well, containing the enum
> >> definition, but it is not included in the generated x_7.cpp file.
> >> Note that I'm still building against KDE 3.2, due to not having 3.3
> >> packages yet... Any idea about a fix ?
> > Ah, I see - I was assuming you were testing the 3.3 beta 2. I'm
> > confused now. I've looked at the KDE 3.2.2 headers and see that
> > there were actually two http.h headers then. So I think I'm talking
> > rubbish complaining about any 'late change' not reported on the
> > kde-core-devel list.
> > Are you using the 3.2 version of kalyptus or the one in the HEAD? I
> > don't know if anything has changed.
> I'm using the one from HEAD. I'm just compiling the entire
> kdebindings module against kde 3.2.
I've just tried the 3.2 kalyptus against the HEAD headers and that's fine:
baldhead duke 1083% grep -l 'kio/http.h' *.cpp
baldhead duke 1084% grep -l HTTP_ *.cpp
There must be something different about your installed headers - I can't see
why a perl program should behave differently. You can always fix x_7.cpp up
manually by adding the include, but it would be nice to get to the bottom of
why this is happening.
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