Subject: Re: [ecasound] Ecawave installation difficulties and possible bugs
From: Kai Vehmanen (k_AT_eca.cx)
Date: Wed Jun 05 2002 - 22:02:14 EEST
Sorry for the late response.
On Tue, 28 May 2002, Mikko Nummelin wrote:
> It took me whole yesterday evening in vain attempts to properly install
> ecawave. As pre-requisities, I have of course made sure I have
What version? The current CVS should be somewhat better at finding the
necessary qt files.
Only this should be needed.
> $ ./configure --with-qt-dir --with-qt-includes --with-qt-libraries
rm -fv config.cache
> And then the first nasty one ... I had to apply the following patch in
> order to get the compilation with "make" to succeed
> --- qebuttonrow.h~ Mon Jul 16 05:12:16 2001
> +++ qebuttonrow.h Mon May 27 19:44:15 2002
> +#include <qbutton.h>
Hmm, what version of Qt and gcc?
> It was, IMO, due to the fact that some qt-classes were unrecognizable to
> that file unless qbutton.h was also included there.
At least in the current CVS, qbutton.h included in the qebuttonrow.cpp
implementation file. In qebuttonrow.h a forward declaration is used (a
line with only "class QButton" on it). This speeds up compiling.
> Then ... the second nasty one, which I haven't succeeded to fix is that
> when I try to run ecawave, it immediately crashes into Segmentation fault.
Try running "gdb ecawave" + "run" and see what you get. What version of
> My computer is AMD-K6 (500MHz) with 256Mb memory, OS is RedHat Linux 7.3
> and I am using GNOME desktop & Sawfish window manager.
How was ecasound compiled?
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