On Thursday 16 of September 2021 02:39:55 Hunter E. via tde-devels wrote:
On Wednesday 15 September 2021 08:20:03 am E. Liddell
You've got a sed failure just above the
check in the output. I'd bet that's the actual culprit: it can't
find your installed version of the library because it's looking
in the wrong place.
Huh, strangely, I just checked if gsed was installed and I have it. I
then tried to build pinentry-tqt again and.. Voila! It installed. I
don't really know what I did differently, although now I am in base TDE
instead of icewm.
Last night I was so tired and frustrated with it that I finally gave up
on trying to get some components to install and just tried to get into
TDE full stop (It's still better than not being in it). Some things
aren't installing that did on my first round of FreeBSD, such as
tdegraphics. Once it gets to kghostview it gives a bunch of deprecated
warnings and stops. It feels like some kind of new error arises every
time I try to install all of the FBSD ports.
As I mentioned, there is a known problem that when pinentry-tqt is built
within a whole (as subdir), it fails, while when it is built separately,
it works fine.
Unfortunately I still don't know where the problem lies, so it is still not
clear, "what to fix". It is just a fact that automake configuration is
incorrectly performed. Maybe we can do a fundamental change and add CMake
rules and instead of automake to build it with CMake...