Ralf.Habacker at freenet.de
Sun Jul 13 16:16:45 CEST 2003
> > On Thursday 10 July 2003 09:14, ralf.habacker at freenet.de wrote:
> > > >But how did you manage to build qmake?
> > > >When I try it there's a lot of error messages,
> > > >which I believe is because Q_OS_WIN32 is defined.
> > > >Do I want that to be defined when I build qmake?
> > >
> > > Add a
> > > #undef Q_OS_WIN32
> > > at the beginning of option.cpp and project.cpp .
> > Or use the qmake dir from the 'regular' KDE-Cygwin Qt3. It worked
> > me. (But I had to adjust the link in the 'bin' dir. Because
> > qmake.exe.exe -> ../qmake/qmake.exe.exe was not correct.)
> Ok, that could work, if we won't get it to work. I actually
> got the one in QT_WIN32_3_BRANCH to build, by adding #undefs
> to some files (a few more than just option.cpp and project.cpp), but
> then I didn't get libqt to link, it just stood there for hours, just
> chewing memory...
Yesterday I recognized this behavior too. Currently I'm looking what's going
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