dbus with qt bindings (follow-up)

Dennis Veatch dveatch at woh.rr.com
Sat Apr 16 02:33:46 UTC 2005

On Friday 15 April 2005 05:17 pm, Dennis Veatch wrote:
> On Friday 15 April 2005 04:54 pm, Dennis Veatch wrote:
> > Has anyone gotten this to compile? With qt bindings enabled the dbus
> > configure phase stops with ;
> >
> > checking for moc... no
> > checking for qglobal.h... found
> > configure: WARNING: Qt development libraries not found
> > configure: error: Qt integration explicitly required, and Qt libraries
> > not found
> >
> >
> > Qt is installed. I did find something on google about Pyrex needing to be
> > installed, which it is. Also there was some mention on this thread about
> > it is really looking for libkdecore from kdelibs ;
> >
> > http://lists.freedesktop.org/pipermail/dbus/2004-December/001843.html
> >
> > But nothing I have found tells me how to resolve the problem. Any
> > pointers? _______________________________________________
> Moving to /usr/src/dbus-0.23.4 and running a plain "./configure" completes
> without error and shows the following;
>  Maintainer mode:          no
>         gcc coverage profiling:   no
>         Building unit tests:      no
>         Building verbose mode:    no
>         Building assertions:      no
>         Building checks:          yes
>         Building Qt bindings:     yes
>         Building GLib bindings:   yes
>         Building Python bindings: yes
>         Building SELinux support: no
>         Building Mono bindings:   no
>         Building Mono docs:       no
>         Building GTK+ tools:      yes
>         Building X11 code:        yes
>         Building Doxygen docs:    yes
>         Building XML docs:        no
> Note that Qt bindings will be used. So at this point, well actually I still
> do not know what the problem is except from command line works and the lin
> does not.
> _______________________________________________

Some more findings.

Running the following from command line works but not from lin ;

./configure --enable-glib --enable-x --enable-checks --with-xml=libxml 
--with-session-socket-dir=/tmp --enable-qt --enable-gtk

That's essentially from the "OPTS" line in the BUILD. So through elimination I 
have found removing "--enable-checks" from the "OPTS" line in the BUILD 
allowed the lin to complete successfully. I do not know what sort of checks 
it is doing exactly or why that switch will not let the lin work.

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