The GTK-Qt engine from ports has a HUGE problem. It configures the kcmgtk.cpp
file to change its search paths. However -- this has ramifications -- my copy
of GTK-Qt could not find any themes. My suggestion is to remove the pre-
configure section from the ports Makefile for x11-themes/gtk-qt-engine as
specified in the patch. The new version of GTK-Qt already does the searching
in a way that doesn't have to be configured.
Remove the "pre-configure:" section (the entire section, but not the post-
configure section) from the x11-themes/gtk-qt-engine Makefile. This was
sufficient to get me working again :)
How-To-Repeat: Utter 'make all install clean' in the ports/x11-themes/gtk-qt-engine folder
and attempt to use the GTK Styles and Fonts control panel in KDE. You will
get a nice little warning "The Gtk-Qt theme engine is not installed." --
this is due to the extra appendages to the search paths within kcmgtk.cpp,
hence the "pre-configure" section of the Makefile which appends this extra path.
arved 2006-11-05 19:50:42 UTC
FreeBSD ports repository
Remove pre-configure: target because it prevents the port from finding
the gtk themes.
Submitted by: Michael Hayes
Revision Changes Path
1.24 +1 -5 ports/x11-themes/gtk-qt-engine/Makefile
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