I am trying to install the cervisia cvs viewer and am having problems compiling it using qt and kdelibs from pacman.
As the readme for cervisia suggests, I installed qt and kdelibs. The first time I tried it I used pacman because of the length of time qt takes to compile. Once they were both installed, I ran the configure script and it seemed to go without a hitch until it searched for qt, and I get this:
checking for Qt... configure: error: Qt (>= Qt 2.2.1) (libraries) not found. Please check your installation!
So, I said alrighty, I'll try installing them from abs, so I did that, and I get the same error.
So, my next guess was that I needed to tell configure where qt was located, so I went into /opt/qt and made sure it was there, and that /opt/qt/bin was in my path, and I ran this command:
./configure --with-qt-dir=/opt/qt --with-qt-includes=/opt/qt/include --with-qt-libraries=/opt/qt/lib
I sitll get the same error.
Does anyone else see what I am missing?
Using Gnome, kde is not installed minus kdelibs
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I figured that if I can get it working I might as well make a package of it and submit it.
well i would assume that it is because we use qt 3 and not qt 2.
i don't know if there is a patch or a work around.
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lol, an excellent point.
Should I try installing qt 2 also? Or is there some place I could symlink it...hmm
hmmm.. usually qt3 works? and looking at the webpage it looks like it requires qt 3.1 + ... (at least if you are building v2.0)
my guess is that there is a multi-threaded option in the ./configure .... in qt 3 only the libqt-mt libraries exist (I think).... but the configure scripts still work for non-multi-threaded?
I'm not totally sure though, I'm just relating this to a similar experience.