Re: kdelibs port broken?

2000-02-27 Thread Daniel O'Connor
On 27-Feb-00 Chuck Robey wrote: fine example, tho. We break the location of the config files that all tcl packages rely upon to build, for the purpose of allowing folks to run multiple versions simultaneously. Tcl isn't the only one like that, either. Anyone who wants to be able to build

Re: kdelibs port broken?

2000-02-27 Thread Chuck Robey
On Sun, 27 Feb 2000, Daniel O'Connor wrote: On 27-Feb-00 Chuck Robey wrote: fine example, tho. We break the location of the config files that all tcl packages rely upon to build, for the purpose of allowing folks to run multiple versions simultaneously. Tcl isn't the only one like

Re: kdelibs port broken?

2000-02-27 Thread Lutz Albers
If memory serves me right, Daniel O'Connor said on 2000-02-27 23:43 +1030: On 27-Feb-00 Chuck Robey wrote: fine example, tho. We break the location of the config files that all tcl packages rely upon to build, for the purpose of allowing folks to run multiple versions simultaneously. Tcl

Re: kdelibs port broken?

2000-02-27 Thread Daniel O'Connor
On 27-Feb-00 Chuck Robey wrote: This happens for tcl, gtk, qt.. There are quite a number. (at least 3! ;) Can I ask you, why could this not have been done through a system of symlinks and a little batch-file to switch them? How could you run multiple applications which use different

Re: kdelibs port broken?

2000-02-27 Thread Chuck Robey
On Mon, 28 Feb 2000, Daniel O'Connor wrote: On 27-Feb-00 Chuck Robey wrote: This happens for tcl, gtk, qt.. There are quite a number. (at least 3! ;) Can I ask you, why could this not have been done through a system of symlinks and a little batch-file to switch them? How could you

Re: kdelibs port broken?

2000-02-27 Thread Daniel O'Connor
On 27-Feb-00 Chuck Robey wrote: Some stuff, like tclsh, could have a default link, say from tclsh to tclsh8.2, or allow a user to set that. That could be a local option, but it's icing on the cake as far as I'm concerned. The only real thing I would be after is the ability to stick the

Re: kdelibs port broken?

2000-02-26 Thread Joel Ray Holveck
Not with the port. I was installing Qt to /usr/local/qt, and the port was putting the libs in a non-standard place where KDE couldn't find them. :-C I built Qt 1.45 by hand, installed it, set QTDIR, and everything compiled fine. I haven't done much testing on it yet (only ran kdehelp a

Re: kdelibs port broken?

2000-02-26 Thread Alex Zepeda
On Fri, 25 Feb 2000, Will Andrews wrote: If you're gonna use a port, use ports for its dependencies too. You'd be stupid not to use the ports whenever you can. No one has ever provided me a convincing reason why this is not true. Well when you want to keep multiple versions of kde or qt

Re: kdelibs port broken?

2000-02-25 Thread Joel Ray Holveck
ON that subject, has anyone tried compiling the KDE port with the new QT145 port? Not with the port. I was installing Qt to /usr/local/qt, and the port was putting the libs in a non-standard place where KDE couldn't find them. :-C I built Qt 1.45 by hand, installed it, set QTDIR, and

Re: kdelibs port broken?

2000-02-25 Thread Will Andrews
On Fri, Feb 25, 2000 at 03:02:58PM -0800, Joel Ray Holveck wrote: Not with the port. I was installing Qt to /usr/local/qt, and the port was putting the libs in a non-standard place where KDE couldn't find them. :-C I built Qt 1.45 by hand, installed it, set QTDIR, and everything compiled

Re: kdelibs port broken?

2000-02-25 Thread Donn Miller
Will Andrews wrote: As far as I can tell, the KDE ports find Qt just fine. KDE insists on putting everything under the same dir, as does Qt. This violates our hierarchy (see hier(7) manpage), so we had to make some mods to the configurations for Qt and KDE ports. It's not that difficult.

Re: kdelibs port broken?

2000-02-25 Thread Donn Miller
Donn Miller wrote: So, I installed Gtk in /usr/local/lib, as that is its "natural" place. I built Gtk from ports initially, and Mozilla couldn't find it, because it was expected in /usr/local. Instead, it was in /usr/X11R6. Why? Every non-port expects Gtk in /usr/local. That's

kdelibs port broken?

2000-02-22 Thread Daniel O'Connor
I am trying to build the kdelibs port on a -current that is 2 days old.. It fails like so... gmake[2]: Entering directory `/usr/tmp/work/usr/ports/x11/kdelibs11/work/kdelibs-1.1.2/kdecore' /usr/X11R6/bin/moc ./kconfig.h -o kconfig.moc /usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.3: Undefined

Re: kdelibs port broken?

2000-02-22 Thread Maxim Sobolev
Daniel O'Connor wrote: I am trying to build the kdelibs port on a -current that is 2 days old.. It fails like so... gmake[2]: Entering directory `/usr/tmp/work/usr/ports/x11/kdelibs11/work/kdelibs-1.1.2/kdecore' /usr/X11R6/bin/moc ./kconfig.h -o kconfig.moc /usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1:

Re: kdelibs port broken?

2000-02-22 Thread William Woods
ON that subject, has anyone tried compiling the KDE port with the new QT145 port? On 22-Feb-00 Maxim Sobolev wrote: Daniel O'Connor wrote: I am trying to build the kdelibs port on a -current that is 2 days old.. It fails like so... gmake[2]: Entering directory

Re: kdelibs port broken?

2000-02-22 Thread Ilmar S. Habibulin
On Tue, 22 Feb 2000, Daniel O'Connor wrote: I am trying to build the kdelibs port on a -current that is 2 days old.. It fails like so... [...] Now, I'd look this up in the mailing lists, but the search is still down :( I do remember something about C++ stuff needing to be recompiled (which

Re: kdelibs port broken?

2000-02-22 Thread Daniel O'Connor
On 22-Feb-00 Maxim Sobolev wrote: Now, I'd look this up in the mailing lists, but the search is still down I do remember something about C++ stuff needing to be recompiled (which is why I'm rebuilding kdelibs in the first place).. You have to rebuild qt2 first to be able to run moc.

Re: kdelibs port broken?

2000-02-22 Thread Will Andrews
On Tue, Feb 22, 2000 at 05:36:19PM +0200, Maxim Sobolev wrote: You have to rebuild qt2 first to be able to run moc. ITYM Qt 1.45, not Qt2. -- Will Andrews [EMAIL PROTECTED] GCS/E/S @d- s+:++:- a---+++ C++ UB P+ L- E--- W+++ !N !o ?K w--- ?O M+ V-- PS+ PE++ Y+ PGP t++ 5 X++ R+ tv+

Re: kdelibs port broken?

2000-02-22 Thread Will Andrews
On Tue, Feb 22, 2000 at 07:40:55AM -0800, William Woods wrote: ON that subject, has anyone tried compiling the KDE port with the new QT145 port? In my original tests, Qt 1.45 works fine with the KDE ports. Do you have any problems with it? -- Will Andrews [EMAIL PROTECTED] GCS/E/S @d-

Re: kdelibs port broken?

2000-02-22 Thread William Woods
Yea, after I compiled QT145, I couldent compile KDE. I am not sure of the exact error, it was a few days ago and I went back to 142, but It wouldent comile. On 22-Feb-00 Will Andrews wrote: On Tue, Feb 22, 2000 at 07:40:55AM -0800, William Woods wrote: ON that subject, has anyone tried

Re: kdelibs port broken?

2000-02-22 Thread Chris D. Faulhaber
On Tue, 22 Feb 2000, William Woods wrote: On 22-Feb-00 Will Andrews wrote: On Tue, Feb 22, 2000 at 07:40:55AM -0800, William Woods wrote: ON that subject, has anyone tried compiling the KDE port with the new QT145 port? In my original tests, Qt 1.45 works fine with the KDE ports. Do