[kde-freebsd] phonon matters
chuckr at telenix.org
Tue Mar 24 21:09:16 CET 2009
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> On Tue, Mar 24, 2009 at 2:37 PM, Chuck Robey <chuckr at telenix.org> wrote:
>> Anyone know which version(s) of phonon are really needed, and if phonon-xine is
>> needed, if anyone knows why it won't recognize the install target? There isn't
>> anything wrong with the files in my phonon-xine port directory, I already
>> suspected that, and if mine is wrong, the FreeBSD archive is also.
> KDE4.2 ships with it's own version of phonon that is different (newer,
> I believe) than the Phonon included with QT4. It is not possible to
> build KDE4.2 with the QT4 version of Phonon that is in our ports tree.
> There is no way to make both KDE and QT happy with a common Phonon
> installation - it's one or the other, not both.
You realize, I hope, that since qt4 is an absolutely uncontestable dependency of
kde4, telling me that phonon can be one or the other, but not both, is crazy on
it's face. Either you're not telling me the entire story, or maybe I'm
basically missing something that you think is obvious? I would be willing to
gamble large amounts that it's my misunderstanding you, could you maybe give
this one more try?
I hope you can see why it looks so strange to me. Are you saying maybe that you
can't run qt4 and KDE together? (I'm drooling now). If KDE ships with it's own
version of phonon, howcome the x11/kde4 ports all have phonon as a dependency?
Go look at kdelibs4. Something isn't adding up here.
> I don't know what's wrong with your phonon-xine port. It builds and
> installs cleanly for me in two tinderboxes and on my local
If it were a compilation thing, I would be completely happy to suspect something
in my includes, somewhere, but this is the Makefile that's gone wacky. It looks
perfectly good, too. I can't see anything being brought in automatically, like
a Makefile.inc, either, so this isn't making any sense, either. how could a
makefile that cvs claims has a zero diff, and cvsup claims is fine also, be bad?
And if it's not the source of the Makefile itself, hunh, my head hurtz.
This isn't a good day for me, I guess.
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