On Wednesday 16 November 2005 18:30, Duncan wrote:
> Hemmann, Volker Armin posted
> <200511161606.07866.volker.armin.hemmann@...>, excerpted
> below, on Wed, 16 Nov 2005 16:06:07 +0100:
> > Hi,
> > I am using 3.5-rc1 and had not one crash so far. Not one KDE app crashed.
> > I am using Kmail pretty much, with 100+/- some douzend emails a day and
> > it just works.
> > I have glibc2.3.6, but I am using gcc 3.4.4
> > So I would suspect some miscompilation by gcc4 ... there are some
> > reasons, that it is still hardmasked ;)
> Yes, but usually it's simply that it's stricter and therefore refuses to
> compile whatever. Additionally, KDE 3.5 is supposed to be gcc-4.x tested
> upstream, as they are doing the gcc-4.x fvisibility stuff that had to be
> pulled from kde 3.4.whatever.
hm, very intersting, but the gcc is the only difference. Hm, or is it the
Latest version available: 2.16.1
Latest version installed: 2.16.1
> Never-the-less, thanks for the datapoint! It could well be that this
> isn't one of those "usually" things. =8^\ Now that I know it works for
> you with glibc-2.3.6, and gcc-3.4.x, I can eselect compiler to 3.4.4 and
> recompile, to see if that fixes it. If I can trace it, perhaps filling a
> bug upstream may be appropriate.
> Everything else seems to be working great, including one thing I had a
> problem with in beta2! =8^)
hm, for me, kde 3.5-beta2 and rc1 are even more stable than any other release
I had not one crash or misbehaviour so far - which is very promising.
But if you want to recompile with ggcc3.4 don't you need to recompile qt and
I am not sure, but prior experiences with 3.2 and 3.3 told me, that
kdepackages can be pretty annoying if not compiled with the exact same
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