compile problem in kdelibs/kdoctools
nicog at snafu.de
Sun Jun 9 20:18:08 BST 2002
I remember vaguely that somebody (Stephan Kulow?) had written that disabling
meinproc was the best solution if the BZIP2 support was not found.
However, it seems that meinproc is compiled despite not finding the BZIP2
I am CCing to kde-core-devel, perhaps someone there can take a look at it.
http://lists.kde.org/?t=102357645100003&r=1&w=2 (This thread)
http://lists.kde.org/?t=102345017900004&r=1&w=2 (The previous thread with the
Have a nice day/evening/night!
On Sunday 09 June 2002 01:20, Felix Seeger wrote:
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> Ah, sorry, I've installed libbz2 and libbz2-dev and now it works ;)
> I only installed bzip2.
> have fun
> P.S. Was there a notice that this libary is not installed ?
> Should configure continue if this libary is not installed ?
> Am Sonntag, 9. Juni 2002 00:51 schrieb Nicolas Goutte:
> > Check your (external) bzip2 library, check if kdelibs has really
> > recognised this library and has really compiled the bzip2 support in
> > kdelibs.
> > The first person who had reported this problem had the problem that
> > kdelibs had not recognised the external bzip2 library (if I recall well.)
> > Have a nice day/eveing/night!
> > PS.: mailing list archive: http://lists.kde.org
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