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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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 script-update?

 
 by liquidat on: Dec 6 2005
 
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Hi,

I wonder if you have to update your script now after KDE 3.5 was released and KDE4 is the only development kde left. Or can I use the script version 0.98.2 as usual to get a taste of KDE4?

liquidat


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 building kde4

 
 by katakombi on: Feb 6 2006
 
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I got this configure error while trying to build kdelibs/kdebase:

checking for DGifOpen in -lgif... no
checking for DGifOpen in -lungif... no
configure: error: No GIF library found.


I have libungif-dev installed, and it seems qt-copy is configured to include gif support.
Why is that? Am I supposed to install another gif library?

thanks,
katakombi >8^)


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 Re: building kde4

 
 by pynm0001 on: Feb 8 2006
 
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Is the libungif library you have installed recent enough? Browsing around the internet, it seems you should have 4.0 or 3.0. I have 4.1.3 and things seem to be OK.


Regards,
- Michael Pyne

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 Re: Re: building kde4

 
 by katakombi on: Feb 8 2006
 
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thanks, it seems that you need version 4.1.3!
Now kdelibs build, but kdebase gives the following error, once again a little bit odd:

checking for KDE... configure: error:
I can't find the designer plugins. These are required and should have been installed
by kdelibs


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 autodetect gcc flags

 
 by gassauer on: Feb 12 2006
 
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Hi!
I just moved to AMD x68-64 and found the out of the box the build script didn't work.

May be something like
http://members.jcom.home.ne.jp/jacobi/linux/softwares.html#x86cpucaps
could be integrated to set the correct compiler flags.

thanks anyhow for the much needed kdesvn-build


ferdinand
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 autodetect gcc flags

 
 by gassauer on: Feb 12 2006
 
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Hi!
I just moved to AMD x68-64 and found the out of the box the build script didn't work.

May be something like
http://members.jcom.home.ne.jp/jacobi/linux/softwares.html#x86cpucaps
could be integrated to set the correct compiler flags.

thanks anyhow for the much needed kdesvn-build


ferdinand
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 autodetect gcc flags

 
 by gassauer on: Feb 12 2006
 
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Hi!
I just moved to AMD x68-64 and found the out of the box the build script didn't work.

May be something like
http://members.jcom.home.ne.jp/jacobi/linux/softwares.html#x86cpucaps
could be integrated to set the correct compiler flags.

thanks anyhow for the much needed kdesvn-build


ferdinand
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 autodetect gcc flags

 
 by gassauer on: Feb 12 2006
 
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Hi!
I just moved to AMD x68-64 and found the out of the box the build script didn't work.

May be something like
http://members.jcom.home.ne.jp/jacobi/linux/softwares.html#x86cpucaps
could be integrated to set the correct compiler flags.

thanks anyhow for the much needed kdesvn-build


ferdinand
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 Re: autodetect gcc flags

 
 by gassauer on: Feb 12 2006
 
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for configuring and compiling of qt-copy the additional option

configure ... -platform linux-g++-64

was helpful.

sorry for my multiple postings.


ferdinand
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 Re: Re: autodetect gcc flags

 
 by pynm0001 on: Feb 13 2006
 
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I will mention that in the documentation, thanks.


Regards,
- Michael Pyne

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