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Re: [trinity-users] libr-dev, gettext-kde

From: Michael Howard <mike@...>
Date: Sun, 01 Jun 2014 08:47:34 +0100
On 31/05/2014 21:09, Timothy Pearson wrote:
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>> On 31/05/2014 17:20, Slávek Banko wrote:
>>> On Saturday 31 of May 2014 17:42:58 Michael Howard wrote:
>>>> On 31/05/2014 16:30, Michele Calgaro wrote:
>>>>>>> As I'm currently facing the same problem, does anybody know the
>>>>>>> answer?
>>>>>>> Michele, did you get an answer?
>>>>>> The simplest option is to add the apt source with build dependencies.
>>>>>> You have three options for this:
>>>>>> 1) nightly-build-deps - but contain multiple packages that are not
>>>>>> needed: deb
>>>>>> s/debian _distribution_ main 2) deps-r14 (on build-farm) - contain
>>>>>> only
>>>>>> the necessary packages: deb
>>>>>> _distribution_ main 3) deps-r14 (alternative) - same as 2), wider
>>>>>> bandwidth, contain packages also for mips deb
>>>>>> _distribution_ deps-r14
>>>>> Hi Michael,
>>>>> Slavek already gave you good advice.
>>>>> Another way is to build libr and gettext-kde from sources, as I do.
>>>>> You
>>>>> can use this sources, from the same Slavek's repo. deb-src
>>>>> jessie deps-r14 main-r14 Just replace
>>>>> jessie with the distro you are using.
>>>>> If you want, you can first browse it at
>>>>> Just for your understanding, to build TDE in Debian and Ubuntu you
>>>>> need
>>>>> some extra packages which are not part of the main TDE repo. libr and
>>>>> gettext-kde are two of them. You  can find the others at the address
>>>>> indicated. Also when building, remember to bump up the version number
>>>>> of
>>>>> all packages (**EXCEPT** the deps-r14 ones) to 4:14.0.0 to avoid
>>>>> broken
>>>>> dependecies).
>>>> Sorry, forgot to clarify. Do you mean that _all_ packages, e.g. Amarok,
>>>> should be versioned at 4:14.0.0 ?
>>>> Cheers,
>>>> Mike.
>>> If I understand correctly, you want to build amarok package only, not
>>> the
>>> complete set of TDE packages. In this case, you just deal with a version
>>> of
>>> the amarok package.
>> Actually, I'm building the complete set. For both amd64 and arm*.
>> I have built, and use R14 from source from a year or more ago, using
>> source from GIT but not paying any attention to packaging. Both for
>> amd64 & armel.
>> I am currently going through the process of building from GIT source
>> again, this time packaging. Firstly for amd64 and once complete, for
>> armv7hf (I have anumber of ARM devices/requirements).
>> I use Amarok as an example as that is my media player of choice, and I
>> use it to play audio, from ARM devices, over the network.
>> Amarok armv7hf from nightly builds does not work and I've noticed that
>> from building (amd64) using tde_packaging (from git) that the debian
>> build does not appear to use cmake but instead uses autotools?. Very
>> odd. Is that correct?
>> Any info appreciated.
>> Cheers,
>> Mike.
> How does Amarok fail on the armv7hf platform?
Hi Tim,

The amarokcollectionscanner does not work. However its run (all db 
backends) it results in no collection.

Running from command line gives no clues.

When I get cahnce I'll try rebuilding directly on an armv7 device.

If I can help debug the issue Id be happy to help.