Please test: changes in how Qt4 is found
William A. Hoffman
billlist at nycap.rr.com
Thu Apr 27 22:43:48 BST 2006
At 04:45 PM 4/27/2006, Zack Rusin wrote:
>Well, the whole reason for this thread is the fact that you get it wrong a lot
>of time right now so it wouldn't be really a step back. And as Benjamin
>already pointed out, it's not that anyone is pushing you to remove whatever
>magic you're using right now, but it would certainly be nice if a solution
>which is becoming the standard of detecting library locations on our core
>platform (and yes, that is GNU/Linux) would actually by used as the default
>by our build system.
I don't think we are getting it wrong a lot of the time. The reason for
the thread is to test a new version. The change is to fix systems that change
the name of moc to something like moc-qt4. Other than that, it is working well.
I don't see it as magic. Qmake is the least common denominator for all
systems that have QT on them. It has the information we need, and if you find
qmake, you can find everything you need to build a QT application. The current
setup only requires that qmake be in the PATH. The same requirement that QT has
for using qmake to build projects.
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