Package: qt4-x11 Severity: important Hi, when trying to build your package, this error has been raised: > make: Entering directory `/home/kibi/qt-final-build/qt4-x11-4.1.3/qmake' > g++ -c -o project.o -pipe -DQMAKE_OPENSOURCE_EDITION -g -I. > -Igenerators -Igenerators/unix -Igenerators/win32 -Igenerators/mac > -I/home/kibi/qt-final-build/qt4-x11-4.1.3/src/corelib/arch/generic > -I/home/kibi/qt-final-build/qt4-x11-4.1.3/include > -I/home/kibi/qt-final-build/qt4-x11-4.1.3/include/QtCore > -I/home/kibi/qt-final-build/qt4-x11-4.1.3/include > -I/home/kibi/qt-final-build/qt4-x11-4.1.3/include/QtCore > -I/home/kibi/qt-final-build/qt4-x11-4.1.3/src/corelib/global > -DQT_NO_TEXTCODEC -DQT_NO_UNICODETABLES -DQT_NO_COMPONENT -DQT_NO_STL > -DQT_BUILD_QMAKE -DQT_NO_COMPRESS > -I/home/kibi/qt-final-build/qt4-x11-4.1.3/mkspecs/linux-g++ > -DHAVE_QCONFIG_CPP -DQT_NO_THREAD -DQT_NO_QOBJECT -DQT_NO_GEOM_VARIANT > project.cpp > In file included > [from ***] > from project.h:27, > from project.cpp:24: > /home/kibi/qt-final-build/qt4-x11-4.1.3/include/QtCore/../../src/corelib/global/qglobal.h:141:4: > error: #error "Qt has not been ported to this OS - talk to email@example.com" > make: *** [project.o] Error 1 > make: Leaving directory `/home/kibi/qt-final-build/qt4-x11-4.1.3/qmake' > make: *** [common-configure-arch] Error 2 [A bit reformated so that it is almost readable in a mailreader.] This is due to the fact the GNU (GNU/Hurd) is not detected in the actual Makefile, that's why I propose a patch fixing this (as a dpatch, see the first attached file). I'm not sure that upstream has to add anything specific for that OS; at least the build runs OK. A second issue is the unconditional use of PATH_MAX, which is a POSIX incompatibility (as briefly described on the hurd-devel-debian page). 1. http://www.debian.org/ports/hurd/hurd-devel-debian Since this problem is being fixed directly with upstream AFAIK, I include as a second attachment another dpatch, which is a workaround to that, setting PATH_MAX to an arbitrary value using #ifndef/#define, so that the package could be built before upstream releases a new version of some files. [Here ends my important bug report, what follows is wishlist but is related to what's just written above, so I guess I'd better put it alltogether.] Since I noticed that mkspecs files were available for hurd-g++, I decided to give theme a try, patching debian/rules to use the following flag: -platform hurd-g++ I noticed several troubles (located in the mkspecs/hurd-g++/* files): -lICE is missing -lpthread(s?) is missing As the package is built correctly (TTBOMK) with linux-g++, I'd suggest that upstream synchronizes hurd-g++ directory from linux-g++ by copying it, so that it could be used some day for some hurd-specific options. At the moment, that mkspecs file is really outdated. Thanks for your attention. Cheers, -- Cyril Brulebois PS: I'd tag the whole "upstream" but I guess that applying my diffes as dpatches is an option until upstream has accepted (or not) them, thus I don't. Feel free to fix this if I'm wrong.