[kde-freebsd] Plasma5 baloo-widgets5 build error

rianav antares rianav_a at hotmail.com
Mon Mar 28 13:16:22 UTC 2016

Many thanks! Running "pkg which /usr/local/include/baloo/file.h" says that file does not belong to any package! And pkg says baloo is not installed.  I wonder what other untracked files are loose on the hard disk.  
Nice, I learned a couple things today; 'redefinition' and the dangers of untracked files.

Thanks again.

Date: Mon, 28 Mar 2016 12:39:44 +0200
Subject: Re: [kde-freebsd] Plasma5 baloo-widgets5 build error
From: tcberner at gmail.com
To: rianav_a at hotmail.com
CC: kde-freebsd at kde.org

Yes, it seems that you have sysutils/baloo installed, and it reads a header from that ( /usr/local/include/baloo/file.h) -- given it's location, it is not even sysutils/baloo from the plasma5 brach.
Could you try to deinstall sysutils/baloo and see if the build workds then?

mfg Tobias
2016-03-28 5:30 GMT+02:00 rianav antares <rianav_a at hotmail.com>:

Greetings All,

I am trying to install the plasma5/kf5 ports on FreeBSD 10.3. Below is the output of an attempts at building sysutils/baloo-widgets5. 
In file included from /ramdisk/usr/ports/sysutils/baloo-widgets5/work/baloo-widgets-16.03.80/src/filefetchjob.cpp:24:
In file included from /usr/local/include/KF5/Baloo/Baloo/File:1:
In file included from /usr/local/include/baloo/file.h:26:
/usr/local/include/baloo/filefetchjob.h:39:25: error: redefinition of 'FileFetchJob'
class BALOO_FILE_EXPORT FileFetchJob : public KJob
/ramdisk/usr/ports/sysutils/baloo-widgets5/work/baloo-widgets-16.03.80/src/filefetchjob.h:29:7: note: previous definition is here
class FileFetchJob : public KJob
/ramdisk/usr/ports/sysutils/baloo-widgets5/work/baloo-widgets-16.03.80/src/filefetchjob.cpp:58:14: error: no member named 'load' in 'Baloo::File'
        ~~~~ ^
2 errors generated.
--- src/CMakeFiles/KF5BalooWidgets.dir/filefetchjob.cpp.o ---
*** [src/CMakeFiles/KF5BalooWidgets.dir/filefetchjob.cpp.o] Error code 1

Is it related to the header issue mentioned in the README? Can this be worked around?

Thank you.



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