FC 0.13 ?OpenSUSE 12.2
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The Fedora section saysfreman wrote: ↑Sat Nov 16, 2019 11:23 amPS
https://www.freecadweb.org/wiki/Compile ... .2F28.2F29
the most recent script provided for Fedora29 ( just gone EOL ) will build python2 shiboken ; Fed29 does not have shiboken2 , pyside2 and will not build py3/qt5 FreeCAD.
Since py2/qt4 is now called obselete by FreeCAD , not supported and is actually broken for Path WB. Even if this is left as a starting point, it needs at least a red letter warning that it does not work !
Please update appropriately.
We can ping @PrzemoF here on the forumFedora 27/28/29
Posted by user [PrzemoF] in the forum.
For the other distros we can have a look at https://forum.freecadweb.org/viewtopic.php?f=42&t=36818 to see who the maintainers are and ping them as well.
See Rename: Compiling pages.
I already mentioned it before. We rely on users on editing and maintaining information about individual distributions. I cannot add a warning to the Suse or Fedora instructions if I don't use those systems; I may be lying and writing something that I'm not certain about.
It seems to me that the Suse guys package FreeCAD in their repositories, and it works fine for them. We rarely see questions about compiling FreeCAD in Suse systems.
You would not be lying if you said qt4/py2 is regarded as obsolete and unsupported and is known to be broken on Path WB: so don't waste your time with the current build script.I may be lying and writing something that I'm not certain about.
This is clearly correct.
This I wouldn't know because I haven't tested it.and is known to be broken on Path WB:
In my opinion it is a mistake to rely on the "automatic build scripts" in the CompileOnUnix page. The page explains very well the required steps to get the dependencies (in Debian/Ubuntu at least), and how to use them to compile. So, this is the important part....
so don't waste your time with the current build script.