Qt component defines

Thiago Macieira thiago at kde.org
Thu Aug 27 17:56:36 CEST 2009

Em Quinta-feira 27 Agosto 2009, às 00:27:16, você escreveu:
> I forwarded the OP mail to Clinto Stimpson, who is the FindQt4.cmake
> module maintainer. This is his answer:
> "
> UseQt4.cmake adds -D flags for each module.
> Are they not correct?  When I added those -D flags it was based on
> qmake's behavior.
> Clint
> "
> I guess the problem is in KDE we do not do INCLUDE( ${QT_USE_FILE} )
> because we do not use the QT_LIBRARIES var. The reason we do not do
> that is with so many projects being configured in the same CMake pass,
> QT_LIBRARIES would be useless: it would contain the sum of all the Qt
> libraries any one project has requested at some time by using SET(
> Maybe we should do INCLUDE( ${QT_USE_FILE} ) but keep on NOT using

There's no need to change anything.

Those #defines are only used in QtTest. The KDE macros for adding executables 
could handle that (NOGUI -> don't add the QtGui #define).

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