Author: Glen Henshaw
Date: 10-02-04 15:57
I'm running FreeBSD 4.9. I just upgraded from kde3.1.4 to kde3.2. All of the ports built well except for kdevelop 3.0.0.
I first got errors complaining about my autoconf (I had autoconf 2.5.3 and it wanted autoconf >= 2.5.4), so I installed autoconf 2.5.7 from the port. I also installed the latest versions of automake and gmake from the ports, and created a symlink in /usr/local/bin from autoconf to autoconf257. It then complained about my automake being out of date, and insisted on having automake 1.7.6, for which there is no port. I downloaded and installed automake 1.7.6 manually from the freebsd ftp site. I now get the following error:
gmake: *** No rule to make target `../../lib/libkdevelop.la', needed by `libkdevadaproject.la'. Stop.