There are several admin directories called admin_2_13 and admin_2_5 (or =
something like this, I am not looking at the code right now).
choose the dircetory that is relevant to the version of autoconf on your =
system, and symlink it to admin. Alternatively, grab the admin dircetory =
from your kde install (I can't remember exactly where it is - type =
`locate admin` and find a directory, probably in /usr/share/apps =
once you have the admin directory setup, type :
make -f admin/Makefile.common.
This will generate the build system for your machine.
Second step is to ./configure. Add the prefix option as follows so =
kdenlie is installed in the correct place.
./configure --prefix=3D`kde-config --prefix`
(note the backticks there).
Finally, make, make install.
From: kdenlive-devel-admin@... on behalf of =
Sent: Tue 9/21/2004 11:26 AM
Subject: [Kdenlive-devel] Compiling Kdenlive from CVS
I have been trying to use Kdenlive and Piave binaries many times, =
success. Now, I would like to compile from CVS to start looking at the=20
How can I compile from CVS? There does not seem to be any configuration =
in CVS. Furthermore, when I try to autoconf, nothing happens. Also, the =
directory seems to be symlink, which is not stored in CVS by definition.
Can you explain us how to compile from CVS?
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