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Re: libquran configuration and compilation errors + patch (Abderrahim Kitouni)
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- Subject: Re: libquran configuration and compilation errors + patch (Abderrahim Kitouni)
- From: "A.Haq Abbad" <haqman at gmail dot com>
- Date: Fri, 20 Jul 2007 23:57:48 +0100
I've tried it with gnomequran, but as you said, its full of errors!, or hard to compile.
As nabil suggested, gquran requires a lot of work to be done, and he issued a patch if you have time to look at it!
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2007 18:29:43 +0100
From: Abderrahim Kitouni <a dot kitouni at gmail dot com>
Subject: Re: libquran configuration and compilation errors + patch
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On Wednesday 18 July 2007 20:01, Nadim Shaikli wrote:
> 2. It would be a _very_ wise idea to not only test this on Mandriva but
> also say on Fedora, Debian, etc to make sure you have an
> all-encompassing solution. I'd tend to guess that what you have in your
> patch won't work for debian, et al. You can either study other people's
> code to see how they addressed finding out where certain libraries are
> installed and/or VMWARE install all these OSes to play with 'em.
I've tryed libquran a while ago, and that's exactly what I changed to get it
compile on Debian. So your guess is wrong ;-)
> > I had also errors on gnomequran due to incompatibilities between the
> > gnomequran application and the libquran data structures. Here also I have
> > a patch which solves these problems (I will send it if someone is
> > interested)
But I've never got gnome quran to compile :-( and that's why I've given up.