I'm sorry, I am not sure I understand the question, are you asking if you should do another pull to fix the issue? If so I hope the answer is yes. I made a change as I said to fix the issue and it was accepted earlier today (invent.kde.org/education/kstars/-/merge_requests/532), so I would hope that it does fix the issue. All of you who were reporting the issue can tell me if it actually did fix the issue. Sorry I can't answer whether it did actually fix it simply because I thought I had fixed it the first time, but I hadn't realized it was in another spot in the code. but hopefully the second time its good :-). Please let me know.
I'm not as skilled as many here. What I'm asking is was the change you made specific to the issue about Solver not compiling? Can I "uncomment" that one line and recompile? I suppose I can recompile with STABLE and it should overwrite LATEST ?
Ok I understand your question a little better now. The issue was that you had to comment out that line because I had made a change to stellarsolver to remove a feature we were not even using in KStars. That meant that we had to remove any lines in KStars that turned off that feature we weren't using because it doesn't exist anymore. The change I just made was to remove that command you had to comment out in the latest GIT. If you do a git pull from the latest master, it won't even have that line anymore, so there is no more need to comment it out, but of course you need to do a git pull to update to the latest code to get that line removed. If you have already commented it out, then it should work fine as well, but you won't have the latest code Does that make more sense?
Hi Alan, you are probably either using the latest version of KStars or a slightly older version of stellarsolver. the method setLoadWCS doesn't exist in stellarsolver anymore, so it should not be set to false in KStars now. But if you are using the latest git, I did fix the problem I believe.
I can report that using my newly modified script (github.com/JerryBlack/buildKstarsNightlyFromGit) I was able to compile from git on both Ubuntu 20.0.4 and Stellarmate 1.7.0 so that Rob's merge did the trick.
I presume Nou's script would have worked as well for me.
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