[kde-freebsd] kipi-plugins-kde4 port ready for testing
makc at issp.ac.ru
Sun Jan 25 09:57:18 CET 2009
On Fri, 23 Jan 2009 18:40:26 -0500, Kris Moore wrote:
> Max Brazhnikov wrote:
> > On Fri, 23 Jan 2009 15:22:58 -0500, Kris Moore wrote:
> >> Attached is a new port for graphics/ which builds the KDE4 version of
> >> kipi-plugins. I've built and tested it with KDE 4.2 Beta2 here, and it
> >> seems to work fine. If others would like to check if out and comment,
> >> that would be great.
> >> Just one note of weirdness with it, that maybe somebody more "port
> >> experienced" can help me with:
> >> When it builds, you may see some warnings that it couldn't find
> >> libkdcraw, libkexiv2, and libkipi. On my system it still builds and
> >> works, but I did some digging to find out how to fix this. I found that
> >> in the /usr/local/libdata/pkgconfig/ directory, if you do a "ls *kde4*"
> >> you'll see these files:
> >> libkdcraw-kde4.pc libkexiv2-kde4.pc libkipi-kde4.pc
> >> These are the only ones with the -kde4 extension. What's weird, if I
> >> create sym-links to each, dropping the -kde4 extension, then build the
> >> port, it finds all those just fine now.
> >> ln -s libkdcraw-kde4.pc libkdcraw.pc
> >> (ditto for other two)
> >> Is this something I'm doing wrong in the port, or should these package
> >> config files not have the -kde4 extension?
> > These files have been renamed to avoid conflict with kde3 version.
> > Therefore kde4 ports which depend on libkdcraw, libkexiv or/and libkipi
> > should be patched to use correct version of these libraries.
> > Cheers,
> > Max
> Ahh, thanks for the clarification on this. I've tinkered with the
> CMakeLists.txt for this port, but I can't seem to find a way to force it
> to use -kde4 when it looks for the package config files. Is there an
> easier way to do this?
> If I'm following it correctly, isn't cmake using
> /usr/local/kde4/share/apps/cmake/modules/FindKipi.cmake and the others
> to determine if its installed? Should those be updated to have it look
> for the package config files with the -kde4 extension?
Surely. Could you test this patch?
btw, check plist for kipi-plugins port, seems it's from kmplayer now/
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