bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Tue Sep 29 09:30:15 PDT 2015
Pierre Labastie wrote:
> I may be missing something, but I do not understand the
> /etc/profile.d file in the KF5_PREFIX=/usr case:
> I see for example:
> pathappend /usr/lib/qt5/plugins QT_PLUGIN_PATH
> pathappend $QT5DIR/lib/qt5/plugins QT_PLUGIN_PATH
> - the second line is the same as the preceding one if QT5DIR=/usr
> (no problem, the pathappend function avoids duplicates).
> - the second line point to a non existent directory if QT5DIR=/opt/qt5.
> |||In this case|, the existent directory with the same name is
> Did you mean "$QT5DIR/plugins" (and same in the following lines?).
> For LXQt, I will soon begin building kf5, with KF5_PREFIX=/usr and
> QT5_PREFIX=/opt/qt5. Is it an already tested configuration?
To be honest, I haven't built kf5 or qt5 in /usr. The above is from the
systemd book. The problem there, of course, is that you can't use the
qt defaults because it would conflict with qt4. We do have a note in
qt5 about building in /usr and that has the */qt5/* locations, so I
think the above is right although we could remove the redundant entries.
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