[kde-freebsd] Building kde4 with kde3 installed still supported?
makc at issp.ac.ru
Fri May 21 22:26:18 CEST 2010
On Fri, 21 May 2010 20:33:38 +0200, Jan Henrik Sylvester wrote:
> When kde4 was new, it was supposed to build with kde3 installed. For a
> few versions, this feature was initially broken on almost every kde4
> release but usually fixed after a while. Recently, no one seemed to care
> anymore. Is that correct?
> I think there are still some kde3 dependent ports with no kde4
> equivalent. There are definitely some qt3 dependent ports that have not
> been ported to qt4, yet.
> I have tried to understand how to fix these cmake build, but I have not
> really gotten into it. Hence, the only question is what shall I report?
> - Is kde4 supposed to build with kde3 present?
> - Is kde4 supposed to build with qt3 present but no kde3?
Kde4 ports are supposed to build with qt3, kdelibs3 and kdebase3 at least on
8-STABLE (probably, I should add "at least on my box" :). I still have one
kde3 dependent port, so until it gets ported to kde4 I try to maintain
compatibility. After then I think we start deprecating kde3 and qt3 ports,
cause I'm the last from kde@, who is interested in kde3 ports.
> I got used to moving away all headers from qt-3.3.8_12 before
> portupgrading any kde4 port, but for the latest kde4 build that was not
> For example, the problem I reported in
> http://mail.kde.org/pipermail/kde-freebsd/2010-May/008330.html was
> libkgetcore.so.5.0.1 from net/kdenetwork4 linking against libqgpgme.so.0
> from kdepim-3.5.10_7.
Sorry, missed your mail. Please test the patch attached. Apply it to
deskutils/kdepimlibs4, rebuild kdepimlibs4 and build kdenetwork4.
> Do you care for this kind of report or only if I got a fix ready? (I do
> understand that making kde4 build in clean environments is hard enough.)
Of course patches are welcome :)
> Anecdotal: During the last big portupgrade, I got so frustrated with
> multiple recent gnome related ports not building with security/openssl
> installed, kde3 not building due to security/openssl installed, kde4 not
> building due to kde3 installed, and so on. Earlier, I tried to
> investigate fixes or at least report these problems, but this time I
> have not even kept track due to the amount of fiddling involved -- and I
> have always been following UPDATING. I guess it is time to learn how to
> set up a ports tinderbox and stop worrying...
Tinderbox has one drawback -- it does not allow to test ports in "dirty"
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