[Libreoffice] PATCH - change default KDE from 3 to 4
nthiebaud at gmail.com
Mon Oct 25 08:42:05 PDT 2010
On Mon, Oct 25, 2010 at 7:46 AM, Michael Meeks <michael.meeks at novell.com> wrote:
> Hi Wols,
> On Fri, 2010-10-22 at 23:29 +0100, Wols Lists wrote:
>> This patch (in the top level build dir) makes the development system
>> compile with KDE4 switched on and KDE3 switched off.
> That sounds reasonable.
>> How do I update the develop page on the web ? There's a bunch of useful
>> stuff I'd like to document to make life easier for the next person who
>> wants to fix a "won't build" problem (whether a global default or a
>> personal setup).
> So - the 'develop' page is in the 'website' git repository (which is
> un-necessarly huge last time I looked) - so I'll mail you a snapshot
> I would -really- like to avoid the develop page becoming huge and
> bloated - so, some links for each section into an equivalent section of
> the wiki - would be great. Particularly for transient build issues: the
> website is not -that- easy to update, and the wiki is easier. Does that
> make sense ? [ do add some links and send in a diff ].
>> diff --git a/distro-configs/LibreOfficeLinuxDevel.conf.in
>> index a8df1e0..58b9e8d 100644
>> --- a/distro-configs/LibreOfficeLinuxDevel.conf.in
>> +++ b/distro-configs/LibreOfficeLinuxDevel.conf.in
>> @@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
>> --with-vendor=\"The Document Foundation\"
> so - really I would like to avoid this.
> My ideal is to have neither an enable or disable flag for any of the
> optional pieces: KDE3 / KDE4 / GNOME etc. - but have a default of
> auto-detection, so we only build if they are there.
humm... Just because it is available (or the build system _think_ it's
avaialable) on your build machine, doesn't mean your target will have
I'd agree that the default should be to automatically pick-up what is
there... but at least the disable flag should stay.
> This will need some code changes to configure.in [ not the one in
> build/ but the one in bootstrap ], and a little autoconf knowledge.
> However it should solve the problem for lots of people.
> Any chance you could look at that instead ?
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