Package Details: minutor-git 2.1.r9.g6640376-1

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Package Base: minutor-git
Description: A minimalistic map generator for minecraft.
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Licenses: BSD
Conflicts: minutor
Provides: minutor
Submitter: sakalisc
Maintainer: ivanp7
Last Packager: sakalisc
Votes: 6
Popularity: 0.000001
First Submitted: 2013-05-30 11:55
Last Updated: 2016-07-09 08:19

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sakalisc commented on 2013-06-21 16:18

I am hesitant to switch to qmake-qt5 without confirmation that some official
package prepends the qt4 binaries to the path. I do not use KDE and I can not
check your theory myself. Perhaps there is a file in your /etc/profile.d that
changes the PATH?

For the time being, I added a comment in the PKGBUILD regarding this matter and
if more people report the same problem, I will then change the qmake binary.

m6t3 commented on 2013-06-20 09:24

qtchooser version is 26-4 and qt5-base is 5.0.2-2
/usr/bin/qmake is simlinked to qtchooser but if I do a `which qmake` console gives me /usr/lib/qt4/bin/qmake.
I have in the $PATH /usr/lib/qt4/bin prefixed and I don't know why, I didn't set it manually and can't find out which package modified it.
I use kde, maybe is a workaround for the transition from qt4 to qt5, or maybe is just me :)

sakalisc commented on 2013-06-19 13:52

This is strange. I have both qt4 and qt5 installed (just qt5-base from qt5) and
it builds fine. qmake is symlinked to qtchooser which should then choose the
proper version to use, as it does.

Which version of qtchooser and qt5 do you have? It's easy to just change the
PKGBUILD to use qmake-qt5, but I would rather avoid doing so if it is not

m6t3 commented on 2013-06-19 13:39

good job, thanks!
just a thing, compilation failed for me with "mapview.h:32:29: fatal error: QtWidgets/QWidget: No such file or directory"
changing in PKGBUILD qmake in qmake-qt5 resolved the issue.
maybe is just because I have qt4 and qt5 both installed