[kde-freebsd] missing symbol: more

Chuck Robey chuckr at telenix.org
Wed Mar 11 02:06:09 CET 2009

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Chuck Robey wrote:
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> I'm trying to install kde4, but I keep on hitting my head against a missing
> symbol.  Starting with kdelibs4, that needs a binary, /usr/local/bin/automoc4,
> but that binary is missing this symbol:
> _Z7qstrcmpRK10QByteArrayPKc : qstrcmp(QByteArray const&, char const*)

Continuing on this, I've now decided that, since I can't locate any library
having such a symbol (after a LOT of searching) that it's more likely that
there's a missing C++ include file that's changing the call to qstrcmp to
something else.  I'm not as solid a C++ programmer as I could be ... does anyone
on this list know the qt4 stuff well enough (or, maybe, know C++ well enough) to
suggest what the source might be, of the missing C++ stuff?  Or, could you tell
me if this sounds like a probable thing?

I need to be able to execute automoc4, in order to build the kdelibs4 port.
There's really a large horde of ports which actually have a de-facto run-depends
dependency on automoc4, so I need to track this down in order to continue
building kde4.

Worst case, maybe someone could mail me a copy of automoc4?  I'd rather it was
compiled under -current, but to be honest, there ARE compat libs, aren't there?
 So maybe that point doesn't matter too much, as long as it's a recently built
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