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From: Dan Armak <danarmak@g.o>
To: gentoo-dev@××××××××××.org
Subject: [gentoo-dev] Using new (masked) qt-x11-3.0.0 ebuild
Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2001 08:39:54
1 Hi all,
3 Due to requests by developers of qt3 apps, I have committed a (masked)
4 x11-libs/qt-x11-3.0.0 ebuild and accompanying files.
6 It's masked because portage doesn't (yet) have the right dependency
7 specification functionality. If I say DEPEND=">=x11-libs/qt-x11-2.2",
8 qt-x11-3.0.0 will be used if available. Someday someone will add this
9 functionality, the deadline being the release of KDE3 around Feb. 2002.
10 (Please do it earlier though!)
12 So if you just emerge this masked ebuild, portage will think it
13 fullfills dependencies of qt-2.x and set QTDIR so that kde2/qt2 apps won't
14 compile (or emerge).
16 Temporary fix: rename or move the directory /usr/lib/qt-x11-3.0.0 to some
17 other location, e.g. /usr/lib/qt3. Then, kde2/qt2 apps will emerge correctly.
19 To build things against your qt3 which is now in a non-standard location,
20 copy the file /etc/env.d/45qt-x11-3.0.0 to e.g. /etc/env.d/45qt3 and update
21 all paths in the new copy of the file. Then run env-update and relogin. That
22 takes care of runtime dynamic linking. To compile against this qt (outside of
23 portage), export QTDIR as appropriate or pass --with-qt-dir to your configure
24 or whatever.
26 --
28 Dan Armak
29 Gentoo Linux Developer, Desktop Team
30 Matan, Israel


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Re: [gentoo-dev] Using new (masked) qt-x11-3.0.0 ebuild Geert Bevin <gbevin@×××××××.be>