Compilation of current sources fails
grift at cs.sun.ac.za
Sun Aug 24 01:33:37 BST 2003
Yeah I got the same problem, My sytstem is Mandrake 9.1 up2date. I dont
think that library ( libkmdi ) exists.
The automake/configure does seem to test if libkmdi is available on the
current system, and then sets the widgets to link to either libkdmi OR
libkdevelopqextmdi, BUT this test does not seem to work. Changing the
configuration of lib/widgets/Makefile.am not to link to libkdmi seems to
fix the link problem, but other compilation errors follow ( fnoexeptions
/ mportdlg.h:15:27: importdlgbase.h: No such file or director).
I have given up on this CVS version.
On Sun, 2003-08-24 at 01:02, Peter Scholz wrote:
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> here it is:
> System is SuSE Linux 8.1
> uname -a : Linux brian 2.4.19-4GB #1 Fri Sep 13 13:19:15 UTC 2002 i686 unknown
> KDE is freshly updated to Version 3.1.3
> Qt library is from that version, so it is 3.1.2-58
> but I think, the problem should occur for all systems, since it seems to be
> a missing libkdmi.so in kdevelop.
> On Saturday 23 August 2003 23:25, you wrote:
> > Hints can only be given if you tell us your exact system, versions of
> > the Qt library, KDE, gcc.
> > Ciao
> > F at lk
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