#2 configure error

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2002-09-19
2002-09-19
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PerlQt-3.002$ ./configure
all ok, but an error on smoke:
...
config.status: creating smoke/qt/generate.pl
Found 'qtdefines'. Reading preprocessor symbols from there...
Qt was not compiled with OpenGL support...
Skipping QGL Classes.
kalyptus: processing /usr/X11R6/include/xf86Parser.h
Undefined subroutine &kdocAstUtil::attachChild called at kalyptus line 1288,
<INPUT> line 42.
config.status: creating smoke/Makefile
config.status: error: cannot find input file: smoke/Makefile.in

$ ls smoke/
Makefile.am Makefile.in qt smoke.h

strange because the file exists, it seems that is not called from the parent of
smoke/ dir.

the system is a FreeBSD 4.6-RELEASE, KDE 3.0.3, QT 3.0.3

I saw a reference of a bsd-port dir in the config script, but it's not present in
the cvs? when you plan to add perlqt to freebsd ports?

thanks

Discussion

  • germain garand

    germain garand - 2002-09-19
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    • status: open --> open-accepted
     
  • germain garand

    germain garand - 2002-09-19

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    Hello,
    that's good we have a FreeBSD try... for the moment PerlQt
    had only been tested with Linux, so that would be great if
    we can fine tune things...

    The important error here is :
    Undefined subroutine &kdocAstUtil::attachChild called at
    kalyptus line 1288,

    Kalyptus dies after that, so it simply can't generate the
    Smoke code - hence the message about Makefile.in

    You'd need to figure out why kalyptus
    (<SRCTREE>/kalyptus/kalyptus) can't find the
    kdocAstUtil::attachChild subroutine.
    kdocAstUtil.pm is a module, in the same directory than
    kalyptus...
    generate.pl, which is the script that triggers kalyptus,
    does a chdir in kalyptus, so it should be available...

    Could you try to run manually "perl kalyptus -fsmoke
    --name=qt /one/of/your/qt/header.h" from the kalyptus
    directory and see what happens ?

    Aso, something weird is the first line about kalyptus
    processing an X11 header.. it shouldn't...
    it should only process headers from your QTDIR... are your
    Qt headers stored in the X11 include directory ?

    If its the case, checkout PerlQt from CVS and try again,
    there is a fix for that situation in it.

     
  • germain garand

    germain garand - 2002-09-19

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    >I saw a reference of a bsd-port dir in the config script,
    but it's not present in
    >the cvs? when you plan to add perlqt to freebsd ports?

    ah sorry but there is no plan for that currently, simply
    because I know absolutely nothing about freebsd... If you
    want to help in that respect, please do !

    G.

     

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