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Re: [KLog-users] compile error with Debian 9

From: lgtngstk
Subject: Re: [KLog-users] compile error with Debian 9
Date: Wed, 12 Jun 2019 13:49:48 -0400

Thanks for your help. The qt5 from Neon actually installed and KLog compiled successfully and appears to be working fine. As a side benefit, other programs actually look better in appearance with the new qt5 as well. Hopefully it won't break my system. So my problem is actually solved hopefully. Maybe someone else will benefit from having a charts option though. Also there is an icon for KLog but it didn't install a menu entry. Maybe that is just how it works. I'm not sure if I have to create a desktop file myself.


On Wed, Jun 12, 2019 at 11:20 AM Jaime Robles <address@hidden> wrote:
Hello all,
Today it is not possible to disable the Charts in compilation time... all KLog is a bunch...
However, knowing how charts are implemented,  it should be possible to modify the code and add some flags to decide to disable the charts...
I don't promise anything  but I will check if I can get it working.

I am now fighting  with hamlib and that is my priority... Hamlib code is already working but my macOS is frozen when I disable and enable again hamlib so more testing is still needed before a new release arrives. 



El mié., 12 jun. 2019 11:52, lgtngstk <address@hidden> escribió:
I am also encountering this on Mint 16.04.1. Is there a way to disable charts? I doubt I generate enough data to make a chart useful. Otherwise there is a mirror on neon.kde.org that has what appears to be an entire set of libqt5 binary packages precompiled for xenial but I was having a little trouble getting it to sync with apt. It should really be done with a package manager because of all the dependencies.


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