Binary compatiblity for

Hugo Pereira Da Costa hugo at
Tue Mar 6 12:07:25 GMT 2012

Adding Ralf in CC, since he is experiencing the same issues.


>  This starts to get off-topic, but I see the same with zsh, as in I
>  started zsh
>  from bash and run the above tests, with : ending it works, without it
>  doesn't.

There's either some weird statement in your local or global shell profile
or Qt (4.8/git, vanilla/distro?) is broken on interpreting that env. ------------------
chmod +x

QT_PLUGIN_PATH=/opt/kde4/lib64/kde4/plugins ./print_env | grep
QT_PLUGIN_PATH=/opt/kde4/lib64/kde4/plugins: ./print_env | grep

If the correct value ends up there, i'd bet for a Qt bug (the other dir
could be just a failsafe thing, ie if the configured plugin dir doesn't
exist, Qt might lookup likely places in it's own path.

Good news is that you can continue using bash - iff you still want to,
that is ;-)


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