[Libreoffice] Fwd: Re: Building on gentoo ...
rk.katana.steel at gmail.com
Wed Oct 20 14:52:43 PDT 2010
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From: "René Kjellerup" <rk.katana.steel at gmail.com>
Date: Oct 20, 2010 11:51 PM
Subject: Re: [Libreoffice] Building on gentoo ...
To: "Wols Lists" <antlists at youngman.org.uk>
I'd consider removing that block completely... ?
Without the kde(3), there is still the GTK widgets.... but then there would
be a considerable qt3 code clean up too....
Reasoning from gentoo too, the qt3 and kde3 have been masked/removed from
@wols, if you want kde for you build, use "--enabled-kde4 --enabled-kde=no"
this will give you your kde widgets
On Oct 20, 2010 8:00 PM, "Wols Lists" <antlists at youngman.org.uk> wrote:
> On 20/10/10 14:39, Wols Lists wrote:
>> On 20/10/10 08:28, Sebastian Spaeth wrote:
>>> On Tue, 19 Oct 2010 23:45:11 +0200, René Kjellerup <
rk.katana.steel at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> On the other matter unless you're still running kde 3 then you need
>>>> --disable-kde else the config will fail when it can't find Qt 3.x
>>> On that matter can, we please --disable-kde by default. I don't know of
>>> recent distros that ship kde3 but not KDE4, and those who do can turn it
>>> on in their distro-specific defaults.
>> Forgive the newbie question, but while I've got a lot of programming
>> experience large chunks of detail here (gnu tools, frinstance) are new
>> to me.
>> I've dug a bit, found configure.in, and found
>> --disable-kde Disables KDE native widgets.],
>> Does this switch it on? Will deleting it disable kde by default?
>> If it will, I'll put a patch in.
>>> Even better, our make should detect the lack of qt3 headers and disable
>>> it automatically rather than bailing out.
>> That's a bit deeper ... won't stop me having a go if someone would care
>> to give me a few guidelines :-)
> Just found a bit more ...
> if test "$enable_kde" != "no"; then
> if test "z$with_win32" = "z" -a "z`uname -s`" != "zDarwin" -a
> "z$with_distro" != "zCrossWin32"; then
> I'm going to try changing != "no" to = "yes" - is that a sensible thing
> to do? I'm sure it'll work for me, but will it make it blow up when
> people want kde3 - does enable default to a value of yes?
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