uic error compiling kde app
andygoossens at pandora.be
Wed Jun 25 03:02:57 CEST 2003
On Tuesday 24 June 2003 21:04, Ralf Habacker wrote:
> > After some investigation I might have found the cause. I removed ~/.qt
> > and restarted the cygwin shell. This time, the uic command (see above)
> > gave an error message:
> > Conflict in /opt/kde3/lib/kde3/plugins/designer/kdewidgets.dll:
> > Plugin uses incompatible Qt library (3.1.2)!
> > at the position where the klineedit include should have been...
> > According to qtconfig and kde apps, they were using Qt 3.1.0 ...
> Whic uic version are you using ? The error let me assume that you have also
> installed a qt3.0.4 release or similar.
I don't have Qt 3.0.x installed. The only Qt version I have, is distributed in
the KDE 3.1.1 Beta package. (and installed in /opt/kde3)
> You can get the version of the uic with:
> $ uic -version
> User Interface Compiler for Qt version 3.1.0
$ /opt/kde3/bin/uic.exe -version
User Interface Compiler for Qt version 3.1.0
But /opt/kde3/lib/kde3/plugins/designer/kdewidgets.dll contains (open using a
hex-editor) "version 3.1.2" and "buildkey=i686 CYGWIN_NT-5.0 g++-2.95.*
full-config no-opengl no-stl". Those seem to be coming from your machine,
because I don't have a NT version here, but a (vmware'd) Win98. (I also have
kde-cygwin installed on WinXP which has the same problems I'm describing
I assume you build the KDE 3.1.1 Beta with Qt 3.1.0, but distributed
kdewidgets.dll that was build with Qt 3.1.2. That seems to cause this
> qt stores the plugins pathes in ~/.qt/qtrc. May be it contains an
> additional path.
I got this error after I removed the ~/.qt directory:
Conflict in /opt/kde3/lib/kde3/plugins/designer/kdewidgets.dll:
Plugin uses incompatible Qt library (3.1.2)!
All configs in ~/.qt were removed and could not contain such paths.
I have this small testcase (extracted from the ./configure process):
* create uictest.ui with the following contents:
<!DOCTYPE UI><UI version="3.0" stdsetdef="1">
* Remove ~/.qt (or better: rename it)
* Close cygwin shell and restart it. (I guess some libraries are left in the
/opt/kde3/bin/uic -L /opt/kde3/lib/kde3/plugins/designer -nounload -impl
* If UIC outputs #include <klineedit.h> then you're fine. If it doesn't
(and/or outputs the "conflict" error message) the test failed.
> If this does not help let me know.
Now you know :-)
// Andy Goossens
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