From: Chris Laurel <claurel@ww...> - 2003-01-07 23:14:50
On Wed, 8 Jan 2003, Christophe Teyssier wrote:
> There's a minor problem with the released 1.2.5 tarball, the problem comes
> from the strange handling of dependencies by automake.
> At the end of the first compilation, the file celestialbrowserbase.uic.h is
> deleted. This is in most cases not a problem since this file can be
> regenerated from celestialbrowserbase.ui and is actually rebuild if you do a
> second make or a make install.
> This is however a problem to produce an rpm (at least on Mandrake 9.0), 'make
> install' is invoked with some parameters which make the
> celestialbrowserbase.uic.h generation fail.
> This can be solved by adding celestialbrowserbase.uic.h to libkdegui_a_SOURCES
> in the Makefile.am (already commited to cvs).
> Corrected tarball:
Ok, I'll upload a new archive before making the official 1.2.5
announcement. Did you also get the new customorbit.cpp in this one? To
make the current 1.2.5 tarball, I uncompressed your bz2, replaced customorbit.cpp (and added the missing
.bmp files for Windows), then recompressed.
> Mandrake 9.0 RPMS:
> The 5mdk RPMS I uploaded yesterday were build on my home machine using KDE 3.1
> (which doesn't have the problem) but are incompatible with KDE 3.0.
> These new rpms are built on a KDE 3.0 system and are compatible with both 3.0
> and 3.1.
Excellent. So do these RPMs have a chance of working on a distribution
other than Mandrake?
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