[kde-freebsd] area51 system-config-printer-kde4 failing to build

Franci Nabalanci lumiwa at gmail.com
Thu Mar 28 14:27:53 UTC 2013

Date: Thu, Mar 28, 2013 at 7:02 AM
Subject: Re: [kde-freebsd] area51 system-config-printer-kde4 failing to
To: Andre Goree <andre at drenet.info>

I had the same problem (from ports not area51) and I
deleted system-config-printer-kde4 and one other related to printer.
Now by buildind stopped in kdesdk4 at 99%. I am not at home at this moment
and I don't know what error is.
I have 9.1 Release and I use gcc (default).

On Wed, Mar 27, 2013 at 9:02 AM, Andre Goree <andre at drenet.info> wrote:

> I'd really like to get into freebsd porting and given that I love KDE as
> well, I think this would be the perfect place to start.  I'll just need
> some time to go through the porter's handbook before I take the dive. :)
> Thanks for the info!
> On Thu, 14 Mar 2013 12:23:05 -0400, Max Brazhnikov <makc at freebsd.org>
> wrote:
>  On Sat, 09 Mar 2013 20:54:22 -0500 Andre Goree wrote:
>>> Hello all.  I can't seem to get the new area51 system-config-printer-kde4
>>> port to build, which in turn fails kdeadmin4 and thus the kde4 port
>>> itself.  It appears that the two patches included in this port
>>> (patch-system-config-printer-kde__cmake-modules__FindSystemConfigPrinter.py
>>> and patch-system-config-printer-kde__system-config-printer-kde.py) are
>>> failing to find the files they need to patch.  If I run a 'find . -type f
>>> -iname \*.py', in the port directory, nothing is found, which seems like
>>> the root problem.
>>> It's hard for me currently to post the exact output of 'make install
>>> clean', but I can try if anyone would like me to (I have only
>>> command-line
>>> on the machine now since KDE is being upgraded -- I removed all kde
>>> packages before I started the upgrade).
>>> In the mean time, I'm going to see if I can get by it by not enabled
>>> kdeadmin in the kde4 config, however I wonder if something is amiss with
>>> that port.  By the way, is this the correct way to test and report bugs
>>> for area51?  I don't know of any way to report bugs otherwise...I'm not
>>> aware of anything like bugzilla setup for area51 -- if anyone could point
>>> me in the right direction for that it'd be great :)
>>> Thanks in advance!
>> Hi Andre,
>> area51 a development repo, it's not an alternative to official portstree
>> and
>> shouldn't be used by regular users. Once ports are in good shape we'll
>> make an
>> announcement for testing, and then we'll be happy to see the bug reports.
>> However if you want to help with porting, join us on #kde-freebsd channel
>> at
>> freenode and send patches :)
>> Cheers,
>> Max
> --
> Andre Goree
> andre at drenet.info
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