shell wrappers for windows not using the proper paths

Christian Ehrlicher Ch.Ehrlicher at
Wed Dec 6 06:32:27 CET 2006

Matt Rogers schrieb:
> Alexander Neundorf wrote:
>> On Tuesday 05 December 2006 07:01, Christian Ehrlicher wrote:
>>> Matt Rogers schrieb:
>>>> Hi,
>>>> I've been trying to compile kdelibs with MSVS for about the past month
>>>> or so now, and the one thing that's always tripped me up was being
>>>> unable to compile the kdewidgets project. I had a look at the shell
>>>> wrapper for makekdewidgets and noticed that it didn't include paths for
>>>> the kdewin32 libraries or the win32 libraries necessary to run
>>>> makekdewidgets. After I fixed this manually, I'm happy to report that I
>>>> have a working build.
>>>> Now to the questions. :)
>>>> Do I need to have the missing paths that I added manually in my user's
>>>> PATH variable already?
>>>> Shouldn't the shell wrappers include these directories on Windows for us?
>>>> Should I file a bug in our bugzilla about this?
>>> Imho you have to set the correct directories - at least we all do this:
>>> set
>>> PATH=E:\Qt\qt-4.2.2\bin;E:\Qt\qt-4.2.2\lib;%PATH%;D:\Programme\kdewin32\bin
>>> ;D:\Programme\win32libs\bin
>> But the wrappers contain the paths to the kdelibs lib dir, right ?
>> Bye
>> Alex
> it does, but that doesn't matter if not all the libs are in the kdelibs 
> lib dir.
I don't see the problem here - it's the same like on linux...


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