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Description of problem:
if someone wants to compile kde (2.2.x or 3.0) with cdparanoia support is in trouble, because when running "./configure --with-cdparanoia" of kdebase, it will search for headers in /usr/include while the files are in /usr/include/cdda
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. have cdparanoia-devel-alpha9.8-7 installed
2. within kdebase-3.0 run "./configure --with-cdparanoia"
Actual Results: configure output:
checking for cdparanoia libraries and headers... searched but not found
Expected Results: configure output:
checking for cdparanoia libraries and headers... incs=/usr/include libs=/usr/lib
There's some confliction between this and bug #38223. Basicly, we need to ship
utils.h, and I'm not about to drop a file named "utils.h" in /usr/include/ .
Bero, does our kdebase package have this problem? If so, can we make it look in
/usr/include/cdda for these headers?
Our kdebase package doesn't have the problem (I've patched the configure
check), and neither does the current CVS tree (I've committed the patch
upstream a while ago, shortly after the 3.0 release).