I was wondering if there is any page where I can learn how to commit/merge an
updated translation from Pootle to trunk.
>From what I read, I understand a .sdf file must be generated and probably
>after that, a commit could be made.
But how do I generate that file? Does it include the help
OK, I tried the gtest file from GitHub and while the Bootstrap
finishes with no errors, the actual build fails on gtest later on.
However, I found an older thread on this subject and found that Andrea
uploaded the old file to OOO extras. I'll switch my build to use
that, and hopefully all will
OK, I updated the URL for that gtest library and got past that error.
On the beanshell thing, it seems that this URL:
is also no longer valid. It seems to be a Google controlled domain
and all URl's on that
OK, I have a different error now. After running the configure script
and sourcing the environment variables script, I try running ./bootstrap
in the 'main' directory. I get this:
ignoring CoinMP-1.7.6.tgz because its prerequisites are not fulfilled
Hmm... for gtest, it looks like the issue is that the Google Code repo
now just redirects to GitHub so the old URL is no longer valid. Is
the file that we were pulling down a src bundle? If so, it looks like
we could probably just switch that URL to
Never mind, I found the issue. I had to install package
'gdk-pixbuf2-xlib-devel.x86_64' for some reason. After doing a dnf
install of that package
the configure script finishes OK now.
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On Thu, Dec 29, 2016 at 10:50 PM, Damjan Jovanovic
Please attach your config.log.
On Fri, Dec 30, 2016 at 5:41 AM, Phillip Rhodes
> I'm trying to build on a Fedora 24 box and am running into an error I
> haven't been
> able to resolve. Any help is much appreciated.
> When doing the
I'm trying to build on a Fedora 24 box and am running into an error I
able to resolve. Any help is much appreciated.
When doing the ./configure step, I get this:
checking which VCLplugs shall be built... gtk
checking whether to enable GConf support... yes
I'm afraid I must disappoint you, but I never worked for SUN/Staroffice, maybe
you've got me confused with someone else
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