Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 124072
Licq KDE plugin does not work.
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:43 EST
Description of problem:
Licq uses the qt-gui when started with "-p kde-gui".
This is because the configure script does not detect the KDE libraries
during build. The kde-gui plugin (licq_kde-gui.so) does not get built,
only the standard qt-gui (licq_qt-gui.so) gets build.
The RPM spec file handles this by just copying licq_qt-gui to
licq_kde-gui. So even when explicitely starting the kde-gui, qt-gui
binaries will be used.
Running "./configure --with-kde" shows, that the script does not detect
the KDE libraries:
checking for KDE includes... /usr/include/kde
checking for KDE libraries... no
This is because it cannot find the file "libkdecore.la" in
$kde_libdirs. It's located in "/usr/lib64", so appending this
to $kde_libdirs in the configure script manually or setting "KDEDIR"
before calling the script will work:
"KDEDIR=/usr/lib64 ./configure --with-kde"
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Start Licq with KDE GUI.
Actual Results: Licq starts with QT GUI.
Expected Results: Licq should start with KDE GUI.
If you can believe it, this got fixed in licq in Fedora Extras recently. It's a
duplicate of Bug 182733
licq not finding the right path for plugins on x86_64.
Marking as duplicate.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 182733 ***
Package Change Request
Package Name: licq
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