On Fri May 27 04:59:00 2022, apam wrote to ACMEBBS <=-
Even attempted to compile this in ArcaOS-OS/2. CMake was 3.15...while 3.20 was needed. Seemed like other programs were available...but only got the error message about being too old.
You can probably just change the CMakeLists.txt file to specifiy 3.15. Cmake
said I needed a requirement and I don't know enough about cmake to know what
certain versions support so just put the version i had.
If you have any suggestions or can point me to the answer (since I'm not
a programmer...but can seemingly follow written steps)...you'll have the
1st/only QWK reader for Hakiu.
Yeah, the Install part of the CMakeLists.txt isn't really geared toward Haiku.
You could probably compile it with QuaZIP statically linked to save having to
modify the system library directory. I don't know how haiku lays things out and
it's been a while since I played with it.
On Thu May 26 17:41:00 2022, paulie420 wrote to ACMEBBS <=-
CMake Error at /boot/home/Desktop/Home/Desktop/Home/TitanMail-build/quazip/quazip/cmake_i
file INSTALL cannot copy file
"/boot/system/lib/libquazip1-qt5.so.1.3": Read-only file system.
Call Stack (most recent call first):
Well, its saying that its a Read-only file system... try:
sudo make install
I think that'll get things moving for you, unless yer actually on a read-only
file system, then you need to give it somewhere writable to install to.
On Fri May 27 18:11:00 2022, apam wrote to ACMEBBS <=-
Yeah, the Install part of the CMakeLists.txt isn't really geared toward Haiku. You could probably compile it with QuaZIP statically linked to save having to modify the system library directory. I don't know how haiku lays things out and it's been a while since I played with it.
So it would seem that apart from the home directory in Haiku is mounted read
only and is managed by haiku-depot. So, the only way I can see it getting installed nicely is if someone makes a haiku-ports script for it.
I've removed the Install part from the CMakeLists.txt for haiku and also set
the Quazip to be statically compiled and link.. So, you should be able to just
copy the TitanMail binary to your /Haiku folder and launch it from the file browser, and assuming you have QT5 installed it should I think run on another
haiku installation... though it might not.
I'm not really up to making a haiku port script and getting it merged into haiku-ports at this stage. Probably need to do proper releases for that.
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