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Re: kde & qt3

your going to have problems unless you remove libqt-dev and install
libqt3-dev and it's deps...

otherwise you'll end up with major problems.

for example...you can't use the uic compiled for libqt2 when building
packages for libqt3.

just remove libqt-dev, install libqt3-dev (et. all including qt3-tools) 
and everything will build.

kde builds beutifully once you do this.  In fact I've uploaded kdelibs
to http://people.debian.org/~rkrusty and kdebase will be there soon (missed
a dep so I had to kick the build off again).


On Wed, Oct 17, 2001 at 09:02:19PM +0200, Tomas Pospisek wrote:
> I'm trying to compile stuff from kde-cvs. Since libqt3-dev wants to
> remove libqt-dev I have copied everything out from the deb manually (I
> guess I know about the problems that this brings). But I still don't get
> the kde-cvs to compile - it doesn't find the Qt libs although I am running
> it with:
> ./configure --with-qt-libraries=/usr/lib/ --with-qt-includes=/usr/include/qt
> libqt3 and all the includes are there.
> Could anybody who's done the stunt share his experience with me how he
> went about it, what's wrong with the above or give me general tips on the
> issue?
> *t
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