[LAU] building Freecycle for x86_64 ?
viceic at net2000.ch
Wed Jun 6 10:22:19 EDT 2007
libinstpatch can be disabled in
but then you loose soundfont export.
If I remember well, Piem (http://piem.org/debian/) has the builds of Freecycle
and the "correct" libinstpatch.
Le Wednesday 06 June 2007 15.39:51 Emanuel Rumpf, vous avez écrit :
> 2007/6/6, Dave Phillips <dlphillips at woh.rr.com>:
> > Greetings:
> > I'd like to build Freecycle on my AMD64 box, but I'm running into
> > unending difficulties with its Qt detection. The README indicates that
> > Qt3 is required, which I have installed on my 64Studio system (along
> > with Qt4), but I'm having nothing but failure trying to get the
> > Freecycle makefile to find the Qt3 headers. I've tried setting QTdir and
> > I've tried unsetting it, I've tried using Qt4 instead of Qt3 (because
> > the requested headers are mostly found in /usr/include/qt4/Qt/), and
> > I've got 0 joy.
> > All devel packages are installed.
> > Has anyone on this list successfully built Freecycle on a Debian
> > system, 32-bit or 64-bit ? If so, how ?
> > Best,
> > dp
> did you use the appropriate qmake version?
> On debian unstable 32, I tried it with
> export QTDIR=/usr/share/qt3
> QT does not seem to make problems
> But I got compile-errors as well.
> Seems to me, as if I have the wrong libinstpatch - version installed (part
> of swami.sourceforge.net (?) which is down atm.)
> also I had to fix:
> src/soundplayer.cpp line 77
> bufferPointersLR=new (float*);
> bufferPointersLR=new float*;
> maybe this brings you any further....
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