So I woke up this morning to notice that my
kdesvn-build --refresh-build run from last night had a hiccup somewhere:
The problem was kdelibs failed to install, which meant every subsequent module error-ed out during the CMake process. The problem with kdelibs was related to me having an old library installed in my Qt directory since I hadn’t cleared out my Qt/KDE installation directories first (whoops).
It would be really annoying to have to type out each module to build just to skip the first four that had built right. Luckily I don’t have to do that, instead this sufficed:
$ kdesvn-build --no-src --resume-from kdepimlibs Script started processing at Sat Dec 12 19:04:24 2009 <<< Build Process >>> Building kdepimlibs (1/21) Preparing build system for kdepimlibs. Removing files in build directory for kdepimlibs ...
The magic here is the –resume-from command line option which skips until the given module in the build process. –no-src is only available since kdesvn-build-1.10, use –no-svn if you haven’t upgraded yet.