[Kde-bindings] Building latest qyoto under Windows and Linux
dpldobrev at yahoo.com
Sat May 12 19:13:10 UTC 2012
I'm glad you're back, Steven!
Both problems are one and the same: Qyoto now depends on .NET/Mono 4.
The reason is that I needed the overloads for System.Action as I use them to generate events corresponding to signals. The other thing I need to find the files with parameter names.
If the dependency on .NET 4 is unacceptable for you please say so and we might be able to think of some workaround.
From: Steven Boswell II <ulatekh at yahoo.com>
To: KDE bindings <kde-bindings at kde.org>
Sent: Saturday, May 12, 2012 9:50 PM
Subject: [Kde-bindings] Building latest qyoto under Windows and Linux
Today I decided to try to build latest smokegen/smokeqt/assemblygen under Windows and Linux.
smokegen, i.e. git://anongit.kde.org/smokegen, and smokeqt, i.e. git://anongit.kde.org/smokeqt, built and linked under both Windows 7 and Fedora Core 16 just fine.
But when building assemblygen, i.e.git://gitorious.org/assemblygen/assemblygen.git, "assemblies" branch, I get the same build error immediately, under both OSes:
GeneratorData.cs(220,98): error CS0117: `System.Environment.SpecialFolder' does not contain a definition for `Windows'
Getting that error under Linux didn't surprise me, but getting it under Windows did.
Diking that line out and continuing to build, I get to building qyoto-qtcore.dll. I get 260 "Won't wrap method" warnings and 65 "Conflicting names" messages, then I get a bunch of errors that say "error CS0305: Using the generic type `System.Action<T1,T2,T3,T4>' requires `4' type argument(s)". One example of a line that generates such an error is:
event System.Action<QModelIndex,System.Int32,System.Int32,QModelIndex,System.Int32> RowsAboutToBeMoved;
I'm guessing there's a 'System.Action<T1,T2,T3,T4>' now, but my version of Qt (4.8.1-5) doesn't have that.
So...does anyone know what to do about these? The first error appears to be real; the second one appears to want a different version of Qt. What version of Qt should I be using?
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