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kdesvn-build

   1.6.2  

KDE Development Tool

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kdesvn-build
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kdesvn-build
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Downloads:  5096
Submitted:  May 7 2005
Updated:  Jul 12 2008

Description:

Builds KDE from its Subversion source repository. Well, that and a *LOT* more...

It builds qt-copy, easily supports being run from cron, allows module-specific options such as configure flags, logs everything, and generally makes it as easy as possible to manage a bleeding edge KDE installation.

kdesvn-build supports quick checkouts using the daily KDE-generated Subversion checkout snapshots. When available, it can reduce your checkout time and reduce the strain on the svn.kde.org servers.

kdesvn-build by default will install things into a ~/kde directory, but it supports using your system KDE if you just want to install e.g. an application from Extragear.

It's incredibly featureful, although I've tried hard to setup sane default options so that you don't have to worry about twiddling the knobs.

kdesvn-build supports both KDE 3.5 and KDE 4. See the "use-stable-kde" option in the included kdesvn-buildrc-sample for more information.

Basically, using use-stable-kde makes kdesvn-build prefer the 3.5 version of a module to any trunk version. This saves you from having to add a lot of 'branch' options.




Changelog:

v1.6.2 fixes the sample configuration to build phonon after kdesupport (and some other tweaks) and reduces the number of set_option() warnings in certain unusual (but allowed) situations.

The full changelog is available with the tarball and at http://kdesvn-build.kde.org/releases/kdesvn-build-1.6.1.php




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 Thanks

 
 by Almad on: May 7 2005
 
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That's what I hoped for! But, pleease, isn't there anybody who could write an ebuild for this? KDE-CVS one isn't working of course and my knowledge isn't high enough...


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 Re: Thanks

 
 by pynm0001 on: May 8 2005
 
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I can write an ebuild that will install kdesvn-build, but you'd still have to use kdesvn-build after that to build KDE. Hopefully it'll work without you having to edit a configuration file, but it's really better to just use the tarball, which includes documentation and a sample configuration file.


Regards, - Michael Pyne
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 Re: Re: Thanks

 
 by Almad on: May 8 2005
 
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Thanks ;) I hoped for something like this: http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/desktop/kde/kde-cvs.xml , but I like this one too.


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 debian unsermake

 
 by patcito on: May 26 2005
 
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debian doesn't seem to provide packages so just download it from kde svn and copy the folder to /usr/bin or any rep that is in your $PATH (unsermake is a python script or something and doesn't install itself), it's in kdenonbeta.

Cheers


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 Re: debian unsermake

 
 by patcito on: May 26 2005
 
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oops, just noticed that the new version does it for you.


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  install on system?

 
 by patcito on: May 27 2005
 
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what do you mean by :
# If you would like install KDE to the system (DO NOT INSTALL *over* a prior
# installation!), then you'll probably need to use sudo to install everything.
# make-install-prefix sudo
how can I make it install in /usr ? and will I need to recompile everything?

thanx in advance


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 Re: install on syst

 
 by pynm0001 on: May 30 2005
 
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To make it install in /usr, you'd do something like

global
kdedir /usr
make-install-prefix sudo
...
end global

But you don't want to install directly in /usr, you want to install in something like /usr/local/kde, or /usr/kde, or /opt/kde, but don't dump everything in /usr. ;)

The make-install-prefix thing is to run "sudo make" instead of just "make" in order to get root permissions during the install procedure. This means that sudo should work without requiring a password if you want to go this route.


Regards,
- Michael Pyne

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 build of release

 
 by Zoyo on: Jun 1 2005
 
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Hi,

to compile the source from svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/tags/KDE/3.4.1/
I had to change line 2245 in kdesvn-build from

my $cmd_ref = [ 'make', '-f', 'Makefile.cvs' ];

to

my $cmd_ref = [ 'sh', './admin/cvs.sh', 'cvs'];

It's just a hack to get this compiled. I think there should be a correct way to handle this.

Thanks,
Zoyo


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 Re: build of release

 
 by pynm0001 on: Jun 7 2005
 
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To be honest I'm surprised it worked at all (although I don't mind trying to get it to work). Let me just point out that Stephan Binner's Konstruct tool is the best way to install *releases* of KDE. http://developer.kde.org/build/konstruct/ This is because with a KDE release you have source tarballs to work off of. HTTP and FTP are both much faster protocols than Subversion, so this is quicker for yourself, and less CPU intensive for the KDE mirror. However if you're compiling branch or trunk then kdesvn-build is your best choice so you can stay current with the latest happening in the source repo. ;-)


Regards, - Michael Pyne
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 bug

 
 by icekiss on: Jun 8 2005
 
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For me, the script hangs upon checking out arts. While locked, log looks like this:
Error validating server certificate for 'https://svn.kde.org:443':
- The certificate is not issued by a trusted authority. Use the
fingerprint to validate the certificate manually!
Certificate information:
- Hostname: svn.kde.org
- Valid: from May 11 10:08:21 2005 GMT until May 9 10:08:21 2015 GMT
- Issuer: SVN, KDE e.V., Nuernberg, Bavaria, DE
- Fingerprint: e1:e6:41:96:3c:eb:ae:78:e2:73:0d:a2:32:2f:6b:21:13:bf:3d:0f
(R)eject, accept (t)emporarily or accept (p)ermanently?

I think kdesvn-build should automatically accept here (or, if that's a security risk, ask me).

And, could someone tell me a workaround?


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 Re: bug

 
 by icekiss on: Jun 8 2005
 
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Found the workaround (just follow the https link in konqueror), but it's still a bug...


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 Re: Re: bug

 
 by pynm0001 on: Jun 8 2005
 
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It's (finally) fixed in /trunk (kdesdk/scripts/kdesvn-build).


Regards, - Michael Pyne
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 Compile problem...

 
 by jquigley on: Jul 7 2005
 
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At 92%, in the linking stage for arts, I get this error:

In function `__i686.get_pc_thunk.bx':
: multiple definition of `__i686.get_pc_thunk.bx'
./flow/.libs/synth_play_impl.o(.gnu.linkonce.t.__i686.get_pc_thunk.bx+0x0):/home
/jason/kdesvn/arts/mcop/dispatcher.h:108: first defined here
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
Error creating ./flow/libartsflow.la. Exit status 1.


Does anybody have any ideas?

Thanks.


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 Re: Compile problem...

 
 by jquigley on: Jul 7 2005
 
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Sorry, I guess a little more information would be helpful!

2.6.10-5-386 #1 Tue Jun 7 08:26:42 UTC 2005 i686 GNU/Linux

gcc-4.0
g++-4.0
cpp-4.0


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 Re: Compile problem...

 
 by pynm0001 on: Jul 9 2005
 
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Do you have more than one version of gcc installed? If so, ld may be trying to link in two different (and conflicting) C++ libraries. Or at least, that's the only thing I can think of.


Regards, - Michael Pyne
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 Re: Re: Compile prob

 
 by jquigley on: Jul 14 2005
 
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Hi Michael!

That appears to have been the problem.

Many thanks,
Jason.


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