Building the latest trunk under openSuSE 12.1 and 12.2
Andreas Pakulat
apaku at gmx.de
Sat Sep 1 22:40:31 UTC 2012
Hi,
Am Samstag, 1. September 2012 schrieb Michael Hart :
> I just upgraded to openSuSE 12.1 and will probably upgrade to 12.2 to get
> the gcc 4.7.1 compiler
>
> Anyone following in my foot steps for the first time need to do at lease
> the following for 12.1 and perhaps similarly for 12.2
>
> cd /usr/lib64/
> ln -s libkdeui.so.5.7.0 libkdeui.so.5.6.0
> ln -s libkparts.so.4.7.0 libkparts.so.4.6.0
> ln -s libkio.so.5.7.0 libkio.so.5.6.0
> ln -s libnepomukutils.so.4.7.0 libnepomukutils.so.4.6.0
> ln -s libnepomuk.so.4.7.0 libnepomuk.so.4.6.0
> ln -s libkdecore.so.5.7.0 libkdecore.so.5.6.0
> ln -s libkcmutils.so.4.7.0 libkcmutils.so.4.6.0
> ln -s libknotifyconfig.so.4.7.0 libknotifyconfig.so.4.6.0
> ln -s libktexteditor.so.4.7.0 libktexteditor.so.4.6.0
> ln -s libthreadweaver.so.4.7.0 libthreadweaver.so.4.6.0
> ln -s libkrosscore.so.4.7.0 libkrosscore.so.4.6.0
> ln -s libkfile.so.4.7.0 libkfile.so.4.6.0
> ln -s libknewstuff3.so.4.7.0 libknewstuff3.so.4.6.0
This is just wrong. What problem are you actually trying to solve with
that? I guess a simple deletion and re-creation of the builddir would
suffice to build kdevelop or any other cmake project on such an upgraded
system. Xmake records the absolute paths of various libraries, so when you
replace them with others then you need to run cmake with a clean cache. The
same probably applies to your kasten problems.
Andreas
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