Fri Sep 22, 2017 3:51 pm
I was trying to compile Kmldonkey here. A repository version is present and fully functional, but it's ~9yo. so I tried to be a bit more up to date.
According to this page: https://www.kde.org/applications/internet/kmldonkey/development I downloaded the repository locally and then......I failed to compile it!
Since there isn't any documentation present, I tried searching the web, which revealed some instructions, but there were from the KDE 3 era (and obviously not applicable).
So I have to ask.
Does someone knows how to compile it on a modern Linux?
These are the correct commands sequence:
This way you'll get v.2.1.5.
MANY THANKS to Christoph Feck!!!
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