README.qtcopy: -no-stl or no -no-stl?
bhards at bigpond.net.au
Fri Jan 23 07:40:01 GMT 2004
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On Thu, 22 Jan 2004 01:14 am, Bo Thorsen wrote:
> That Qt might not be prepared for exceptions is one thing, but all the
> problems there can be worked around. Saying there's no point just because
> it's not as useful as it could be is downright wrong.
> I have not heard a single reasonable argument for keeping this switch yet.
> And still people won't do it.
I would still like the -no-stl switch to be removed. There are functions in Qt
that aren't available if -no-stl is turned on, such as ability to convert
from std::string to QString. That is important for sensible use of C++
libraries that use STL.
If nothing else, it makes the Qt system behaviour match the Qt
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