Re: [gentoo-user] qdbusxml2cpp

2008-02-09 Thread Etaoin Shrdlu
qtconfig qtdechunk qtdemo qtdump qtinfo qtrechunk qtstreamize qttoy4m qtyuv4toyuv It's surely not your problem here, but a ls -d qt* won't list a file named qdbusxml2cpp. -- gentoo-user@lists.gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] qdbusxml2cpp

2008-02-09 Thread Uwe Thiem
: [EMAIL PROTECTED] /usr/bin $ ls -d qt* qt2text qt3to4 qtbz2 qtconfig qtdechunk qtdemo qtdump qtinfo qtrechunk qtstreamize qttoy4m qtyuv4toyuv It's surely not your problem here, but a ls -d qt* won't list a file named qdbusxml2cpp. Oops. You're right, of course. It is actually there. So

[gentoo-user] qdbusxml2cpp

2008-02-09 Thread Uwe Thiem
I am trying to port a KDE3 application to KDE4. Cmake gives me this error: CMake Error: Qt4 qdbusxml2cpp was not found. Make sure it has been built and installed by Qt And indeed: [EMAIL PROTECTED] /usr/bin $ ls -d qt* qt2text qt3to4 qtbz2 qtconfig qtdechunk qtdemo qtdump qtinfo

Re: [gentoo-user] qdbusxml2cpp

2008-02-09 Thread Uwe Thiem
: [EMAIL PROTECTED] /usr/bin $ ls -d qt* qt2text qt3to4 qtbz2 qtconfig qtdechunk qtdemo qtdump qtinfo qtrechunk qtstreamize qttoy4m qtyuv4toyuv It's surely not your problem here, but a ls -d qt* won't list a file named qdbusxml2cpp. Alright, it's all my fault. Instead of using include