[Libreoffice] Building on gentoo ...
rk.katana.steel at gmail.com
Wed Oct 20 15:06:50 PDT 2010
As for disable it per default, look at another enable clause. But the quick
glance at it tells me the then and else blocks needs to be reversed
if test "z$enable_kde" != "zyes"; then
<orig else block>
<orig then block>
Hope it makes sense
On Oct 20, 2010 8:00 PM, "Wols Lists" <antlists at youngman.org.uk> wrote:
> On 20/10/10 14:39, Wols Lists wrote:
>> On 20/10/10 08:28, Sebastian Spaeth wrote:
>>> On Tue, 19 Oct 2010 23:45:11 +0200, René Kjellerup <
rk.katana.steel at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> On the other matter unless you're still running kde 3 then you need
>>>> --disable-kde else the config will fail when it can't find Qt 3.x
>>> On that matter can, we please --disable-kde by default. I don't know of
>>> recent distros that ship kde3 but not KDE4, and those who do can turn it
>>> on in their distro-specific defaults.
>> Forgive the newbie question, but while I've got a lot of programming
>> experience large chunks of detail here (gnu tools, frinstance) are new
>> to me.
>> I've dug a bit, found configure.in, and found
>> --disable-kde Disables KDE native widgets.],
>> Does this switch it on? Will deleting it disable kde by default?
>> If it will, I'll put a patch in.
>>> Even better, our make should detect the lack of qt3 headers and disable
>>> it automatically rather than bailing out.
>> That's a bit deeper ... won't stop me having a go if someone would care
>> to give me a few guidelines :-)
> Just found a bit more ...
> if test "$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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