[KDE/Mac] packaging monkey reporting in - 4.2 beta2 is go!
jonas.baehr at web.de
Thu Dec 25 12:16:49 CET 2008
Am 24.12.2008 um 02:03 schrieb O:
> On Tue, Dec 23, 2008 at 7:45 PM, Leo Franchi <lfranchi at kde.org> wrote:
>> On 23 Dec 2008, at 18:24, Jonas Bähr wrote:
>>> Am 22.12.2008 um 02:55 schrieb Orville Bennett:
>>>> Well, sorta. Some beta2 port files added to macports today.
>>> After upgrading automoc kdelibs4-devel compiles but kdeui refuses to
>>> link because of the undefined symbols "mac_initialize_dbus()" and
>>> These symbols are in kdecore.5.2.0.dynlib (I checked with nm and got
>>> the names C++ mangled) and the link-command below should also search
>>> in "../lib/libkdecore.5.2.0.dylib".
>>> At a first glance it *should* work, but it doesn't...
>>> How did you manage to compile this? My system is Mac OS X 10.5.6 on
>>> intel, gcc-4.2, cmake-2.6.2
>> You'll need to patch two CMakeLists. Patch is at the end of this blog
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> I should have these patches uploaded by the end of the night, but no
I first had some trouble patching files from the Portfile. The problem
was that port tries to patch the files out of the build directory,
which does not exists at this phase. The solution was to create the
build-dir in the post-extraction hook instead of pre-configure.
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> is unlikely."
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