Please test: changes in how Qt4 is found

Alexander Neundorf neundorf at
Thu Apr 27 21:27:25 BST 2006

On Thursday 27 April 2006 22:19, Benjamin Reed wrote:
> On 4/27/06, William A. Hoffman <billlist at> wrote:
> > >What platforms are those?
> >
> > Sun, HP, IRIX, Mac OSX, and even some linux systems.
> dbus isn't on osx systems by default either, that's not going to stop
> KDE from using it.  There's already plenty of other non-apple-provided
> stuff that's going to have to exist for kde apps to build, I don't see
> why pkg-config should be any different.  If it makes things easier in
> the long run, I say go for it.  Especially since a number of *other*
> things KDE tests for need pkg-config *anyways*.

Yes, but the FindQt4.cmake has to work also for non-KDE software. There is no 
reason to require pkg-config on a windows box in order to compile a Qt app. 
qmake does know from first-hand what is required to build a Qt app, so this 
is really the best way to find it out.

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