[Kst] kst on rh9

Matthew D Truch matt at truch.net
Wed Nov 17 17:53:06 CET 2004

On Tue, Nov 16, 2004 at 10:37:40PM -0500, George Staikos wrote:
> On Tuesday 16 November 2004 20:40, Matt Dobbs wrote:
> > --> the configure file didn't find my Qt installation, so it needed to
> > be guided:
> >
> >     ./configure --disable-debug --prefix=`kde-config --prefix`
> >     --with-qt-includes=/usr/lib/qt-3.1/include/
> >     --with-qt-libraries=/usr/lib/qt-3.1/lib/
>    It checks for it in /usr/lib/qt/ and I think qt3.  Normally there is a 
> symlink for that.  I guess your system doesn't have it?

I have been building kst on a rh9 system since rh9 was new.  Redhat does
not have the symlinks you discuss, but my configure works fine with
./configure --disable-debug --prefix=/usr
(note: `kde-config --prefix` returns /usr)

> > --> there were errors with the doc/fr/Makefile, which reported:
> >     " /usr/bin/meinproc --check --cache index.cache.bz2 ./index.docbook
> >     index.docbook:30: error: Entity 'traducteurSimonDepiets' not defined
> >     &traducteurSimonDepiets;  "
>    Yes, this is a bit of an issue.  Basically you need a newer libxml if I 
> understand it correctly.  It's hard to know how to cleanly work around this 
> problem.

Simon Depiets (the french translator) uses a custom entity
(&traducteurSimonDepiets, which just spits out his full name and contact
info) that didn't make it into kde until 3.2.  Since rh9 uses 3.1, it
doesn't exist.  If you want the french docbook to compile and install,
you can delete line 30 (and his name will be missing from the
translation, but will otherwise be fine).  

"If you drop your keys into a river of molten lava, forget about them, they're gone!"
Matthew Truch
Department of Physics
Brown University
matt at truch.net
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