FW: [Issue N11069] Question about qt cygwin port
Mon, 25 Nov 2002 08:35:36 +0100
For info and if someone will use this contact for further communications.
I think this contact is very good, because the patches we apply should be
compatible with the main qt releases and Dimitry has a very good knowledge of
the qt internal and how to solve things in the best way.
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> To: Ralf Habacker
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> Subject: Re: [Issue N11069] Question about qt cygwin port
> Sorry it took some time to get back to you, I was really busy.
> > 2. I have seen in the recent qt sources (3.1) that some of the
> > nessesary cygwin
> > related changes are already applied, but seems not be complete
> > (qmake/generators/unixmake2.cpp,src/tools/qglobals.h as I see yet).
> Mmmh... What is wrong with src/tools/qglobal.h?
> > I'm happy to see some of the patches already applied and I wished the
> > whole
> > cygwin patches would be in the future trolltech releases, so I'm
> > asking if we
> > can work together for the qt 3.1 release.
> Could you have a look at what is still missing from the Qt 3.1 release?
> I can try to apply needed patches, time permitting. If a patch is more
> than a few lines, we'll need you authorization to use them in Qt,
> something like:
> Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software and
> its documentation for any purpose and without fee is hereby granted.
> This software is provided "as is" without express or implied warranty.
> > Is anybody there, who can tell me, who is working on this port on
> > trolltech side
> > ?
> I'm the one working (sort of) on the Cygwin port. Actually I don't even
> have access to a Windows machine with Cygwin right now... But I'll
> still be happy to review and apply patches, time permitting.
> Best Regards,
> Trolltech AS, Waldemar Thranes gate 98, NO-0175 Oslo, Norway