[KDE/Mac] Fixes for Filelight utility and LSkat game
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Sat May 10 00:20:35 UTC 2014
On 09 May 2014, at 19:31 , Nicolas Pavillon <nicos at macports.org> wrote:
>> Currently kde-runtime, kde-workspace and kde-baseapps fail to build.
>> kde-runtime is getting a linker error in kglobalaccel (keystroke and shortcuts
>> Linking CXX executable kglobalaccel
>> Undefined symbols for architecture x86_64:
>> "GlobalShortcutsRegistry::keyPressed(int)", referenced from:
>> hotKeyEventHandler(OpaqueEventHandlerCallRef*, OpaqueEventRef*, void*) in kglobalaccel_mac.o
>> KGlobalAccelImpl::keyPressed(int) in kglobalaccel_mac.o
>> ld: symbol(s) not found for architecture x86_64
>> clang: error: linker command failed with exit code 1 (use -v to see invocation)
> This error is not KDE 4.13 specific, we had it for some time (I think it appeared at
> 4.12). There is a fix in Macports to circumvent it. However, it is not a simple patch, but
> a post-configure hack, which can be applied manually, although it may be cumbersome.
Oh, I see, there is a patch in place for KDE 4.12 regarding kglobalaccel…
Any chance that the different behaviour of kglobalaccel on OSX 10.6.8 and OSX 10.9.2  could due to that?
>> Note that I have a MacPorts installation that I use for everyday activity
>> so I do not want to risk messing that up.
> If you don’t need them simultaneously you could keep the two installation around,
> and use activate/deactivate commands to have the one you want at a given time.
> For simultaneous use, having two separate Macports tree may also be possible,
> but it is signing for trouble in my experience.
Oh yes… Both opportunities aren’t great!
For endeavours like that it’s better to have a KDE-build on a virtual machine, or on another real machine.
Otherwise you’ll ask for trouble, since a painless deactivation and activation might be hard to achieve due to dependencies on a lot of other ports.
And on top of all that all your config files from one KDE version would be interfering with those of the other, since they get stored in ~/Library/Preferences/KDE/...
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