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x11/kde-applications/analitza ./kalgebra ./cantor

Elias M. Mariani
analitza compiles OK.
Its a library so the test is done by the use of kalgebra and cantor.

kalgebra:
calgebra worked OK.
kalgebramobile is missing a run dependency:
- qtgraphicaleffects
And it gives this warning that may be good to check out:
"JIT is disabled for QML. Property bindings and animations will be
very slow. Visit https://wiki.qt.io/V4 to learn about possible
solutions for your platform."
And some random errors from qtsvg and others, but nothing unusual about that...
The application works OK, at least the calculator/analyzer and the 2D
function plotter.
It really works very slow, that is why maybe you should look about
that JIT/QML error.

cantor:
Tested using kalgebra, works OK.

Cheers.
Elias.

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Re: x11/kde-applications/analitza ./kalgebra ./cantor

Elias M. Mariani
A remark that I forgot to mention:
Is really bizarre that the old analitza has so many dependencies that
was faster to compile the new analitza and install that installing the
old one from packages...
Go KDE5.

2018-06-08 11:00 GMT-03:00 Elias M. Mariani <[hidden email]>:

> analitza compiles OK.
> Its a library so the test is done by the use of kalgebra and cantor.
>
> kalgebra:
> calgebra worked OK.
> kalgebramobile is missing a run dependency:
> - qtgraphicaleffects
> And it gives this warning that may be good to check out:
> "JIT is disabled for QML. Property bindings and animations will be
> very slow. Visit https://wiki.qt.io/V4 to learn about possible
> solutions for your platform."
> And some random errors from qtsvg and others, but nothing unusual about that...
> The application works OK, at least the calculator/analyzer and the 2D
> function plotter.
> It really works very slow, that is why maybe you should look about
> that JIT/QML error.
>
> cantor:
> Tested using kalgebra, works OK.
>
> Cheers.
> Elias.

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Re: x11/kde-applications/analitza ./kalgebra ./cantor

Vadim Zhukov
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8 июня 2018 г. 17:00:20 GMT+03:00, "Elias M. Mariani" <[hidden email]> пишет:

>analitza compiles OK.
>Its a library so the test is done by the use of kalgebra and cantor.
>
>kalgebra:
>calgebra worked OK.
>kalgebramobile is missing a run dependency:
>- qtgraphicaleffects
>And it gives this warning that may be good to check out:
>"JIT is disabled for QML. Property bindings and animations will be
>very slow. Visit https://wiki.qt.io/V4 to learn about possible
>solutions for your platform."
>And some random errors from qtsvg and others, but nothing unusual about
>that...
>The application works OK, at least the calculator/analyzer and the 2D
>function plotter.
>It really works very slow, that is why maybe you should look about
>that JIT/QML error.
>
>cantor:
>Tested using kalgebra, works OK.
>
>Cheers.
>Elias.

That QML error is there because QML (or, more technically, QtScript) engine is not W^X safe. Usually that means that you have to add USE_WXNEEDED=yes to Makefile of port running QML-featured executable, unfortunately.
--
  WBR,
    Vadim Zhukov

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Re: x11/kde-applications/analitza ./kalgebra ./cantor

Rafael Sadowski
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*ping* after independent test.

On Fri Jun 08, 2018 at 11:00:20AM -0300, Elias M. Mariani wrote:

> analitza compiles OK.
> Its a library so the test is done by the use of kalgebra and cantor.
>
> kalgebra:
> calgebra worked OK.
> kalgebramobile is missing a run dependency:
> - qtgraphicaleffects
> And it gives this warning that may be good to check out:
> "JIT is disabled for QML. Property bindings and animations will be
> very slow. Visit https://wiki.qt.io/V4 to learn about possible
> solutions for your platform."
> And some random errors from qtsvg and others, but nothing unusual about that...
> The application works OK, at least the calculator/analyzer and the 2D
> function plotter.
> It really works very slow, that is why maybe you should look about
> that JIT/QML error.
>
> cantor:
> Tested using kalgebra, works OK.
>
> Cheers.
> Elias.
>

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Re: x11/kde-applications/analitza ./kalgebra ./cantor

Landry Breuil-5
On Sun, Jun 24, 2018 at 07:13:35PM +0200, Rafael Sadowski wrote:
> *ping* after independent test.

Provided that you fixed the issues reported by elias (please show the
fixes..) and you recheck wantlibs:

LIB_DEPENDS STEM->=5.46:devel/kf5/kirigami2 not needed for devel/kf5/knewstuff ?

cantor-17.12.3(x11/kde-applications/cantor):
Missing: Qt5Concurrent.2 from qtbase-5.9.4 (/usr/local/lib/qt5/plugins/libcantorpart.so)
Missing lib: R.34 (/usr/local/bin/cantor_rserver) (NOT REACHABLE)
Missing lib: Rblas.34 (/usr/local/bin/cantor_rserver) (NOT REACHABLE)
Missing lib: Rlapack.34 (/usr/local/bin/cantor_rserver) (NOT REACHABLE)
Extra:  quadmath.1
WANTLIB += Qt5Concurrent

ok to import the 3 and unhook the old stuff.