Baghira FreeBSD

KDE 3.0-3.4 Themes

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Baghira Style was created by thomas12777

http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=8692

Tested on FreeBSD 5.1. Comments about this working (or not) on the 4.X branch would be appreciated.

The port files will be provided if requested.
Last changelog:

16 years ago

13 Dec 2003
0.3k

11 Dec 2003
0.3j

04 Dec 2003
0.3i

03 Dec 2003
0.3h
Initial release

ckjmaner

15 years ago

Hi. Any chance of you creating a port and/or a package of Baghira 0.5a? I'm runnning 4.10 and am having no luck getting it to compile using the standard make or even gmake. Any help would be appreciated.


Thanks,
Charles

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dolmant1

16 years ago

0.3k works fine without the math.h include, since you added it. I'm using gcc 3.2.2, btw.

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thomas12777

16 years ago

I'm also totally confused about that.
gcc SHOULD do exp and pow internally (gcc 3.2.3 here does, yours too, obviously)
maybe some distributors spread crippled versions of gcc - i just don't have another answer %)

Thomas

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dolmant1

16 years ago

0.3j doesn't compile here, hence the package delay. I'll put it up when I fix the problem.

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dolmant1

16 years ago

The problem is in widget-engine/baghira.cpp, which needs an include for math.h on FreeBSD. Right now the port does it on the fly with a patch.

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Brandybuck

16 years ago

You ought to submit this to the ports, if you're up to maintaining it. It's very nice, and we need something to replace the currently defunct Liquid.

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dolmant1

16 years ago

I'll give it to the guys in #kde-freebsd to pick over.

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thomas12777

16 years ago

Hi.
Allthough baghira is very unrestricted licensed (and so you can make out of it whatever you want) i'd like to know what "the ports" is (i'm not on bsd, so please excuse, if i asked a very stupid question)
Thanks

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dolmant1

16 years ago

The ports collection (http://www.FreeBSD.org/ports/) is how FreeBSD does packages. Equivalent to Debian's apt, RedHat RPM, gentoo's portage (portage is sort of like ports' child). If you look in x11-wm/mosfet-liquid, you can see what the liquid port looks like.

A port is just a few files - mainly a Makefile and a package listing. The Makefile specifies where to get the source and what to do with it. In this case, require kde 3 and then run configure and gmake. The listing just details the files that are installed, so that a binary package can be made.

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thomas12777

16 years ago

Ahh, got it.
Thanks for the lesson :)

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16 years ago

13 Dec 2003
0.3k

11 Dec 2003
0.3j

04 Dec 2003
0.3i

03 Dec 2003
0.3h
Initial release

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