Is there a package for gtk-oxygen compiled in debug mode?

Asked by Robert Simmons on 2011-08-05

I am working on figuring out a bug in LibreOffice that has emerged since KDE 4.7.0 came out. I was asked to recompile gtk-oxygen in debug mode to track down where the problem is.

Is there a Kubuntu package compiled in debug mode already available somewhere?

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Sam_ (and-sam) said : #1

From an unrelated output there (german page March 2011)
http://www.linux-club.de/viewtopic.php?p=704989&sid=8476f1f895b5b5733585c4d74bd07f88#p704989

found in second output:
gtk-oxygen-engine-debugsource
gtk-oxygen-engine-debuginfo

oxygen-gtk-debuginfo-32bit
oxygen-gtk-debugsource

If unsure It might be better to ask in kubuntu or kde forums.

Sam_ (and-sam) said : #2
Robert Simmons (rsimmons0) said : #3

I don't follow what you mean. The first reply you gave is a german thread about another topic. The second part: I don't see those packages in any repositories. And the dev tutorials don't cover oxygen.

Perhaps, just tell me yes or no whether there is a debian or ubuntu package for gtk2-engines-oxygen that is compiled in debug mode.

Or could you point me to a help file or FAQ for recompiling the package myself, but with debug.

Robert Simmons (rsimmons0) said : #4

I am used to FreeBSD, where recompiling a package the way you want is as simple as changing the flags in the port's config files and typing make. :)

Sam_ (and-sam) said : #5

Yep, #1 mentioned already the page is german and unrelated while searching for packages since I don't use kde.
Dev tutorials cover compiling. And also obviously the READ.ME as mentioned by#8 in Bug 279226.
http://techbase.kde.org/Development/Tutorials/Debugging/Debugging_symbols
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingKDE#Debugging_procedure

Robert Simmons (rsimmons0) said : #6

Ok, that's clear. Thanks.