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Description of problem:
Kdebase Source RPMS require qt-devel-2.3.2 to compile in the recent RH 7.2
Qt is still at 2.3.1 and does not have a RH 7.2 update file.
Will Rawhide work? Will the kdebase binary RPM work with qt-2.3.1?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.rpm --rebuild kdebase*
Actual Results: error: failed build dependencies:
qt-devel >= 2.3.2 is needed by kdebase-2.2.2-1
Expected Results: Should have compiled and not depended on a package not yet
I must not have properly cleaned up the test system after the
qt-2.3.2 RPMs were yanked from
the original errata request...
bero - Is it sufficient to edit the spec file, rev down the qt-devel
req, and then try to build from source?
*** Bug 62000 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
you didn't do anything wrong in the buildroots, he has a hardcoded requirement
for that version of qt in kdebase. How this made it out as an errata is an
unknown at this point. This effects Pensacola as well.
ummm... Unfortunately, I did pollute the buildroot of the test box.
The original KDE errata request included a newer version of qt. The qt RPMs
were yanked once I found a couple of bugs with them. Unfortunately, I failed
to properly clean them from the test system before I resumed the source rebuilds.
my mistake here...
Please reopen, if this is still an issue.