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Hi,

I added history.xml support to qmc2:
https://github.com/belegdol/qmc2-mame-fe/tree/historyxml
Does anyone have admin access to the upstream repo in order to merge a PR?

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I don’t have admin access (i.e. I can’t change permissions), but I believe I have repository write access necessary for reviewing and merging pull requests.

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Sounds promising. I have filed a PR: https://github.com/qmc2/qmc2-mame-fe/pull/33

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Thanks for working on this. I'd love to test it. Any tips for people using distros that don't have the packages for lrelease-qt5? I can't compile it because the makefile points to lrelease-qt5 and on Ubuntu they use qtchooser to decide which lrelease to use. I'm not sure what to change in the makefile to fix this.

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You can use environment variables to override I believe. I can check later for the exact value.

ETA: try adding DISTCFG=1or LRELEASE=lrelease to make call.

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I'm getting this message about missing qmake-qt5

/bin/sh: 1: qmake-qt5: not found

No matter what environment variables I tried, such as what you suggested as well as QT_SELECT=qt5 and QMAKE=qmake

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OK, let's try something else: go to arch/Linux, copy Ubuntu_22.04.cfg and rename it to match your Ubuntu version and then build adding DISTCFG=1.

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Thanks that got me a little bit further. Now I get an error:

Project ERROR: Unknown module(s) in QT: webenginewidgets

I searched this and found a thread on this forum about it but no resolution.

https://forums.bannister.org/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=120993#Post120993

Any suggestions?

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You have to install the corresponding -dev package. I am on Fedora so you will have to search for it yourself. I would recommend starting with qtwebengine5-dev. If this does not work, you will need to get familiar with apt query commands.

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I made a PR adding build configs for current Fedora and Ubuntu versions:
https://github.com/qmc2/qmc2-mame-fe/pull/36

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