[LAU] [ANN] jackmix 0.4.1 released

Arnold Krille arnold at arnoldarts.de
Fri Feb 29 13:46:49 EST 2008

Am Freitag, 29. Februar 2008 schrieb Salvatore Di Pietro:
> I upgraded scons to 0.97 from 0.96.1 (Python is 2.4.3) and it seems to
> be better.

Okay. I should try to find a machine with 0.96.1 for testing of this stuff...

> But still...
> salvuz at slack11-sal:~/tmp/jackmix-0.4.1$
> PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/opt/qt-4.3.2/lib/pkgconfig:/usr/lib/pkgconfig:/opt/kde/lib
> salvuz at slack11-sal:~/tmp/jackmix-0.4.1$
> PATH=/opt/qt-4.3.2/bin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/X11R6/bin:/u
>vuz/Programmi/scripts salvuz at slack11-sal:~/tmp/jackmix-0.4.1$ scons
> scons: Reading SConscript files ...
> Configuring qt4muc...
> Checking if the output of 'moc -v' contains 'Qt 4.' (cached) yes
> Checking if the output of 'uic -v' contains '4.' (cached) yes
> Checking if the output of 'rcc -v' contains '4.' (cached) yes
> Done. Will define a more or less automatic environment to do all the
> qt-specific stuff.
> Checking for C header file stdio.h... yes
> Checking for C++ header file iostream... yes
> Checking for pkg-config (at least version 0.0.0)... yes
> Checking for lash-1.0 (0.5.1 or higher)...      yes
> Checking for QtXml (4.2 or higher)...   no
> Checking for QtCore (4.2 or higher)...  no
> Checking for jack (0.100.0 or higher)...        yes
> Checking for QtGui (4.2 or higher)...   no
> (At least) One of the dependencies is missing. I can't go on without it...
> salvuz at slack11-sal:~/tmp/jackmix-0.4.1$
> are we closer?

Yep. But pkg-config can't find the .pc-files of qt. Are you using bash? If 
yes, the commands to set the variables are "export variable=value" instead of 
the above "variable=value". Unless you do "variable=value command"...

Btw: Is that qt-install from the package system or did you compile it 
yourself? If you compiled it yourself, its most times wiser to install to 
your homedir and set the PKG_CONFIG, LD_LIBRARY_PATH and PATH to the needed 
values in your .profile or .bashrc. This has the advantage the the variables 
don't have to be adopted to new installed packages. And you can do the 
install as user without needing root-rights. And once you get used to this, 
you can also install apps on systems where you are not the admin. :-) If the 
admin doesn't forbid executables on the home-partition...

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