win32 build stops with linker error
syntheticpp at gmx.net
Mon Sep 11 12:42:14 CEST 2006
Simon Hausmann wrote:
> On Monday 11 September 2006 11:42, David Faure wrote:
>> On Tuesday 27 June 2006 21:16, William A. Hoffman wrote:
>>> At 02:30 PM 6/27/2006, David Faure wrote:
>>>> Basically, yes. Most kdelibs and qt header files are in khtml's
>>>> dependencies, and that's a lot of different directories inside kdelibs
>>>> ... moc needs the same as the compiler: the list of -I paths for
>>>> possibly-used headers.
>>> I don't suppose moc supports some sort of response file does it?
>> Not that I can see. But if the win32 guys need it, I'm sure they could
>> provide a patch to Trolltech to implement that :)
> Funny coincidence, I implemented exactly this very feature in moc a few weeks
> ago :) . It's in 4.2.0 snapshots as well as the rc1 and qt-copy.
> A @ followed by a filename (moc @/foo/blah) is interpreted now and all the
> lines in there are interpreted as if they were specified on the commandline.
Great, and funny coincidence, indeed.
But wouldn't a "-" option fit better into the argument concept of moc?
Already there are only "-" options.
Maybe '-r' for "resource which is used as argument input". So it
is possible to add later other resources than files as input without
adding additional options.
And please update the documentation,
-r Resource which is used as argument input, currently only files are supported
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