[PATCH] KDE4 Fix to use QtTest from Framework on MacOSX

Benjamin Reed rangerrick at gmail.com
Sat Aug 26 22:04:09 CEST 2006

On 8/26/06, Erik L. Bunce <kde at bunce.us> wrote:

> snapshot-users at trolltech.com list.  If you are interested in the Qt
> patch it can be found at: http://kde.bunce.us/qt-mac-20060824.patch

I ran into the same qtdbus issue as you, but I'm confused, why are you
making command-line tools like dbusxml2cpp into app bundles?  They're
not GUI apps, they should stay "normal" command-line tools I'd think.

On this note, this is a good time to mention that I'm almost complete
getting a completely automated system for building Mac OS X binary
snapshots.  I hope to have everything up and running by tonight
between nightlies (and have a proper web page up to replace the
monstrosity at kde.opendarwin.org), but in the meantime, I'd
appreciate some early feedback on them.

You can get them by webdav-mounting (finder -> go -> connect to server):


Then install the "kde" package.

Things that are still missing:

* setting up the PATH automatically (kdeinit needs to learn about
KDEDIRS when searching for binaries, so that we don't have to somehow
cook the OSX system path)
* setting up D-Bus (I would like to somehow integrate de-code's
automatic dbus stuff into the macosx binaries:
http://de-code.blogspot.com )

Other than that, it's looking pretty sweet.  :)

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