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Month: January 2012

Re: [trinity-users] PyKDE3 build fails - Missing kdeversion.h

From: "Timothy Pearson" <kb9vqf@...>
Date: Mon, 9 Jan 2012 13:23:27 -0600
>> It didn't help, but thanks anyway. PyKDE3 is obviously
>> significantly
>> different to python-tqt. With python-tqt there is no '-L'
>> configure
>> option and LIBPATH etc seem to be ignored. The '-k' option
>> tells
>> python-tqt to build static libs, the '-n' option relates to
>> TQScintilla
>> headers and the '-o' option to TQScintilla libs.
>> I shall plod on.
> Tim,
> I know you're busy, but as the various Trinity python related packages are
> new, we need snippets from your build scripts that can be adapted to all
> distros. We need that information for all new Trinity packages. :)

Here are all my semi-official build files.  Navigate to the module you
want information for and open the debian/rules file.

> Do we need individual pages for each package or can exceptions and
> deviations from the base snippets be provided on the same wiki page? For
> example, I think the -DQT_VERSION=3 cmake option is needed only for
> tqtinterface.

The organization is up to you; whatever will be clearest to the average
user.  You are correct about the QT_VERSION cmake option.