Hi all, On Samstag, 9. November 2019 03:42:50 CET Jesus Varela wrote:
> That would be cool. When I get home tonight I will checkout the scripts. > > I use Fedora too. I figured for every distro it would be the different. My > limited understanding is that each distro has a package management system. > Maybe there is an API we can call to bring down the missing dependencies > automatically for developers? > > It seems like the there is already a way to identify the missing pieces and > now we just need an API that can be used to invoke the OS' package > management system. > > I don't know if the dependencies would be different enough that we would > need something different for every distro and DE combo. I hope not but I > don't know. I know that KMyMoney seems to behave a little different between > x11 and Wayland but not sure if that is a QT issue, Fedora or KMyMoney > issue. > > I will check out the scripts. Thank to all of you for the insight. due to this question coming up from time to time, I wrote a little script that runs through the sources and collects information about the (devel-) packages used. There is no guarantee that the output is complete, but it gives a good start. The script works/should work with RPM based distros but can be extended to support other package management software (e.g. apt). I have only tested in on openSUSE. I'll add it to the repo in the contrib directory shortly. Here's the list of packages for openSUSE 15.1 on my box: akonadi-server-devel-18.12.3-lp22.214.171.124.x86_64 Regards Thomas > > JV > > On Fri, Nov 8, 2019, 18:40 Brendan Coupe <bren...@coupeware.com> wrote: > > I think the problem with your idea is that every distro is different. > > I have struggled with the same thing for almost 15 years so I > > understand your frustration. > > > > I have written scripts to make it easy to compile KMM from git or from > > released source code and to switch between various compiled versions. > > If you are interested you can download them here: > > > > https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1sfo2HgzaCCSb3d7pjl3To50yoQT5BaXM > > > > Unfortunately they do not help with dependencies but maybe a similar > > approach could be used to handle dependencies in the popular distros. > > I'd be willing to work on Fedora. A clean VM is all that is needed to > > test the scripts. > > > > ---- > > Brendan Coupe > > > > On Fri, Nov 8, 2019 at 5:24 PM Jesus Varela <jvap...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > Yes...seems that way. I installed Plasma but still the same compile > > > > errors came up due to missing dependencies. I ran the commands from Andrew > > and it helped but still some errors. I used ccmake to disable the > > aqbanking > > like you guys showed me before. Finally I needed one more -devel version > > of > > a module and Bam! It worked! > > > > > I still think we should makes something that would load the missing > > > > -devel dependencies, pull them from a repo if needed. > > > > > Thanks, > > > > > > JV > > > > > > On Fri, Nov 8, 2019, 10:27 Jack <ostrof...@users.sourceforge.net> wrote: > > >> On 2019.11.07 18:51, jvap...@gmail.com wrote: > > >> > Wow thanks! > > >> > > > >> > I will try this.. were you using Gnome or Plasma as the DE? > > >> > > > >> > I figure that those using Plasma probably have an easier time than > > >> > those using Gnome.. but just guessing. > > >> > > > >> > I might reinstall Plasma if it will make life easier. For your > > >> > assistance! > > >> > > > >> > thank to you all, > > >> > > > >> > JV > > >> > > > >> > On Thu, 2019-11-07 at 11:25 -0500, Andrew Ho wrote: > > >> > > dnf install qt5-qtbase-private-devel -y > > >> > > >> I assume you are asking Andrew, but using Plasma instead of Gnome > > >> simply means more of the dependencies will likely already be > > >> installed. However, they will be the regular versions, not the -devel > > >> versions needed to compile KMM, so you would still need to install > > >> those separately. > > >> > > >> Jack -- Regards Thomas Baumgart
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