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Source: synthv1
Version: 0.8.6-1
Tags: patch upstream
Usertags: rebootstrap

synthv1 fails to cross build from source, because uses
AC_PATH_PROG for finding qmake. Thus it gets the build architecture
qmake. Since the behaviour of qmake is architecture-dependent, it should
be using AC_PATH_TOOL. The attached patch implements that and makes
synthv1 cross buildable. Please consider applying it.

--- synthv1-0.8.6.orig/
+++ synthv1-0.8.6/
@@ -257,12 +257,12 @@
 ac_errmsg="not found in current PATH. Maybe QT development environment isn't available."
 if test "x$ac_qt4" = "xyes"; then
-   AC_PATH_PROG(ac_qmake, qmake-qt4, [no], $ac_path)
+   AC_PATH_TOOL(ac_qmake, qmake-qt4, [no], $ac_path)
-   AC_PATH_PROG(ac_qmake, qmake-qt5, [no], $ac_path)
+   AC_PATH_TOOL(ac_qmake, qmake-qt5, [no], $ac_path)
 if test "x$ac_qmake" = "xno"; then
-   AC_PATH_PROG(ac_cv_qmake, qmake, [no], $ac_path)
+   AC_PATH_TOOL(ac_cv_qmake, qmake, [no], $ac_path)
 if test "x$ac_qmake" = "xno"; then

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Fixed by upstream, uploaded 0.9.12 to sid

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