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Re: [Protux-support] compile errors.

From: Remon Sijrier
Subject: Re: [Protux-support] compile errors.
Date: Tue, 22 Jun 2004 11:16:25 +0200
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Hello Frank,

I don't know why the inline function in CursorManager causes problems, the 
other problems (FT_Stream_*) are due how your Qt build was configured.

I googled a bit and found this:

"These are from freetype, so you configured Qt with -xft (or it did this
by itself). However the KDE (Protux) configure script does not know this, and
because of that the -lfreetype option is not included, causing these
undefined references.

First solution:
try a
export LDFLAGS=-lfreetype before the configure of KDE. (Protux)

second solution:
recompile qt using the -no-xft option with the configure script. This
does not necessarily turn of AA-Fonts, they work here and I don't have
xft-support in QT."

Hope this helps, I can't help you with the other problem. 
(CursorManager::block_to_smpte). Do you have a solution Giordana?



On Tuesday 22 June 2004 01:52, Frank W McCormick wrote:
> Hope someone on here can help - I am trying to get Protux running, found
> and compiled all the necessary libraries (dependency hell)
> but get an error compiling Protux.
> CursorManager.o(.text+0x308f): In function `CursorManager::update(int,
> int)':
> /home/Frank/protux-0.20.2/src/ undefined reference
> to `CursorManager::block_to_smpte(long long, int)'
> Mixer.o(.text+0x13b11): In function `Mixer::render_all(QString)':
> /home/Frank/protux-0.20.2/src/ undefined reference to
> `CursorManager::block_to_smpte(long long, int)'
> /usr/lib/qt/lib/ undefined reference to `FT_Stream_GetShort'
> /usr/lib/qt/lib/ undefined reference to
> `FT_Stream_ExitFrame'
> /usr/lib/qt/lib/ undefined reference to `FT_Stream_GetLong'
> /usr/lib/qt/lib/ undefined reference to `FT_Stream_Seek'
> /usr/lib/qt/lib/ undefined reference to
> `FT_Stream_EnterFrame'
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
> make[3]: *** [protux] Error 1
> make[2]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
> make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
> make: *** [all] Error 2
> Can someone help?

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