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Re: [trinity-users] Confusion about building from sources (R13.2 on Slack 14.1)

From: Jagged O'Neill <jagged_4tr@...>
Date: Mon, 8 Dec 2014 18:30:42 +0100
On Mon, Dec 08, 2014 at 01:02:47PM +0900, Michele Calgaro wrote:

> >No, sorry, I wasn't unclear about that I meant this in conjunction

     Sorry for  ^^^^ this ^^^^ faux pas :-/ of course, I wasn't clear.

> Hi,
> I do not use Slackware, but at this link you should be able to find additional building instruction for TDE on Slackware.

Well, yes, though it is about Slack 14.0, and I'm fiddling with 14.1,
but am actually waiting for the next release, it may hold some valuable

But just before going: it talks about HAL, but I think I have read in
some posts here in the list that HAL is supported but not a dependency
--- so is it okay to just omit it?

The site also lists tqt3 as well as qt3 and tqtinterface, but in the
page about tqt3 contains the statement
  "Reading the docs and guides I got the impression that tqt3 is the
  Qt3 toolkit merged with the tqt-interface library.",
but furthermore saying
  "In the end tqt3 cannot be used as a basis for a TDE full build for
--- does this mean I should just skip it? (There's no tqt3 package in
the collection I downloaded anyway.)

Also missing (according to the list of packages in section
"Suggested Build Order" on
from my collection of packages are tqca-tls, sip4-tqt, python-tqt,
and tqscintilla. I forgot to mention this in my original question.
How about these? (That's also a reason why I thought this doc was
about R14 already.)


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