[PATCH] kde 3.1 for IRIX (MIPSpro)

Daniel Stone dstone at trinity.unimelb.edu.au
Fri Jan 31 11:11:50 GMT 2003

On Fri, Jan 31, 2003 at 11:41:10AM +0100, Stephan Kulow scrawled:
> Am Thursday 30 January 2003 21:01 schrieb Andreas Sturm:
> > I send my latest and last patch set for kde on SGIs IRIX for MIPSpro
> > I did receive the compilers in version 7.4 lately and after a
> > quick test it showed that they are way better suited to compile kde than
> > the older ones. Unfortunately the compiler dies with an internal compiler
> > error on file khtml/rendering/render_flow.cpp. I am going to try a clean
> > install of the dev subsystem at the weekend just to make sure i did not
> > skrew up anything in my system. I do hope that SGI i having an eye on that
> > issue.....but i guess that is not likely since i can not afford those
> > support prices (after all i do not earn any money with that, do i?).
> > So i put the patches i have so far here as a starting point and for
> > reference for possible others which have to go with
> It would be much more useful if you would create patches that we could
> even apply to CVS. But not stuff like this:
>      if test "$kdelibsuff" = "none"; then
>          if test -d /lib64 ; then
> -            kdelibsuff=64
> +            kdelibsuff=
>          else
>              kdelibsuff=
>          fi
> This is just a collection of hacks.

This is indeed a hack, and should never be applied to any KDE release.
You'll need to special-case MIPSpro, or IRIX, or whatever.

Daniel Stone                                     <dstone at trinity.unimelb.edu.au>
Developer, Trinity College, University of Melbourne
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