'LIBADD' contains unknown flag

Lauri Watts lauri at kde.org
Tue Nov 9 14:12:23 GMT 2004

On Tuesday 09 November 2004 14:19, Stephan Kulow wrote:
> Am Tuesday 09 November 2004 13:30 schrieb Lauri Watts:
> > I think turning off --as-needed for non-linux systems would be premature,
> > but since we can't fix whatever's wrong, being able to turn it off if
> > required is a pretty good compromise.
> Well, we might generate a lot of bug traffic by those that install GL and
> blame KDE. We got already enough traffic from those that try a new kernel
> and blame konqueror ;(

We survived the "All KDE Apps crash on exit" and the "Using pretty much any of 
the KDE widget styles makes all your widgets black" bugs (both NVidia + 
QT-OpenGL + FreeBSD bugs :)  And I won't even mention the "startx may as well 
be an alias for 'reboot now'" fun, although that one wasn't Qt related :)

This one's got it's good points, after all you can't get enough KDE running to 
run the Help -> Report Bug Wizard.  I just found a whole bunch more busted 
stuff too, kpager, amarok, so I'm rebuilding Qt without OpenGL to see for 
sure if it goes away.  I do hope the opengl functionality is one of the ones 
split out in Qt 4.

> Greetings, Stephan
Lauri Watts
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