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On Tuesday 20 September 2005 13:14 pm, Luke Alan Sandell wrote:
> On Sep 19, 2005 9:10 pm, Brad Hards wrote:
> > Probably missing some part of doxygen or dot at ./configure time. Can y=

ou
> > look at config.log for this section?
> >
> > Brad

>
> $ grep 'dox' config.log
> configure:41685: checking for doxygen
> configure:41739: result: /usr/bin/doxygen
> kde_cv_path_doxygen=3D/usr/bin/doxygen
> DOXYGEN=3D'/usr/bin/doxygen'

what about dot?
grep dot config.log?

> Has _anyone_ successfully built the apidocs this way in the past year?

Of course - there are a lot of warnings, but it does build. Note that Adria=
an=20
deGroot builds them several times a day - see=20
http://www.englishbreakfastnetwork.org
> Because I have had the same exact experience on other
> distros/configurations, so it can't be peculiar to my setup.

dot is a weird dependency - some distros didn't ship it because of licensin=
g=20
reasons. Debian, for example. I think this is now resolved.

Brad

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