mcopidl not found
hl012294 at elmo.nl
Thu Jul 26 11:36:22 BST 2001
I had the same problem while compiling for AIX 4.3.3. I solved it by
installing the packages(RPM's for AIX) kdelibs-sound 2.1 &
kdelibs-sound-devel 2.1 .
Stefan Westerfeld wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 25, 2001 at 08:32:06PM -0400, NERILL at aol.com wrote:
> > In a message dated 7/25/01 3:31:04 PM Eastern Daylight Time, nolden at kde.org
> > writes:
> > That's a part of KDElibs for aRts. You don't necessarily need it for your
> > widget as long as you're not doing sound synthesizing stuff :) I will CC you
> > to Stefan Westerfeld, maybe he can give you some info.
> > The problem with the error: "the important program mcopidl was not found! "
> > is that it makes the build-configure terminate in error.
> > and this doesnt permit me to do afterwards F8-make, and thus I get stuck and
> > cannot continue.
> > The other tutorial example "KScribble" gives the same error.
> Well, mcopidl is a part of KDE and as such is detected on configure time, so
> that you can use it in your applications. So the easiest and most correct way
> to fix this is to install the package that contains mcopidl. If it is not
> in kdelibs (or kdelibs-devel), it might well be in arts (or arts-devel) or
> kdelib-sound or something like this.
> You might of course be able to fool configure by adding an empty program and
> calling it mcopidl, but well, I think you might as well try to find the real
> package, that shouldn't be much harder.
> Cu... Stefan
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