[packman] Re: [PM] kmymoney 0.8.5 (SuSE 10.1/i586) needs dependence to koffice
toni at links2linux.de
Fri Jan 12 13:05:17 CET 2007
Am Freitag, 12. Januar 2007 10:42 schrieb Michael Schueller:
> Am Sonntag, 7. Januar 2007 13:02 schrieb Toni:
> > Am Mittwoch, 3. Januar 2007 10:05 schrieb Michael Schueller:
> > > Hi Toni
> > >
> > > Could you please put a dependence to the certain version of
> > > koffice into the kmymony spec aslong your cvs Version of
> > > kmymony is not running with the koffice Version from the KDE
> > > Buildservice ?
> > All packman packages are linked against original SuSE packages
> > and/or packman packages.
> > If you update your system with packages from several other
> > repositories, you could expect some problems. In case of koffice
> > the API has changed, so I have no chance to avoid this.
> > I suggest you recompile the package on your machine, the
> > necessary patches for koffice-1.6 are included in the src.rpm.
> > > Thanks
> > > Michael
> > Toni
> Hi Toni
> I´ve tried to rebuild your kmymoney, but get this error ...
> checking if KDChart library is available... configure: error:
> KDChart not found.
> Please check whether you installed KDChart header and library files
> I looked for KDChartWidget.h and libkdchart.so.
> Sounds like i would missing a devel package, but there is none for
> KDChart . There is even no package KDChart.
> But i have the libkdchart.so and KDChartWidget.h
> from koffice-spreadsheet-1.6.1-3.1
> from koffice-devel-1.6.1-3.1
> So, what´s wrong, do i need a patch to point kmymoney to the needet
> files ?
> OK, i´ve just seen that the patches where not aktiv because of my
> suse version. So i turned them on, and get now ..
> + echo 'Patch #13 (kmymoney-kdchart.m4.diff):'
> Patch #13 (kmymoney-kdchart.m4.diff):
> + patch -p0 -s
> + /bin/cp /opt/kde3/include/kdchart_export.h .
> + echo 'Patch #10 (kmymoney-koffice-kdchart_export.h.diff):'
> Patch #10 (kmymoney-koffice-kdchart_export.h.diff):
> + patch -p0 -s
> 1 out of 1 hunk FAILED -- saving rejects to file
> What´s wrong now ...?
so try to do it without Patch#10 ...
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