patch for acinclude.m4.in: Better test for "Qt without flags"
Woebbeking at onlinehome.de
Tue Aug 5 21:18:57 BST 2003
On Monday 04 August 2003 14:21, Michael Ritzert wrote:
> Hi all,
> I just found this problem with KDE's configure: I'm using debian
> unstable as my build system with Qt 3.1.1 installed. In another
> directory (/3/KDE/qt) I have installed qt-copy and this is what I
> intended to use for compiling KDE. Just that this attempt failed with
> missing symbols from libqt-mt.so. I traced down the problem to the
> following fact: KDE searches for Qt respecting the hints given by the
> user and correctly reports that it found everything: "result:
> libraries /3/KDE/qt/lib, headers /3/KDE/qt/include using -mt". Next
> it checks "if Qt compiles without flags". This also works. However in
> my case the linker it picked up the wrong systemwide libqt-mt.so.
> configure then thought everything was alright and created the
> Makefile without the -L/3/KDE/qt which explains the error I got.
if anyone fix this problem please close my BR 59656.
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