QT/WIN32: VC Patches

Thiago A. Corrêa thiagoacorrea at uol.com.br
Sun Apr 25 03:23:32 CEST 2004

Wolfpack's port works with Visual Studio 6, .NET and mingw

btw, the .dsp is not the most important thing at all ;)
Acctually it should never make into cvs since you generate that with:

SET QMAKESPEC=win32-msvc
qmake qt.pro -t vclib

Well, looks like I don't need to send my patches anymore :o)

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Peter Kuemmel" <pi at coffeelogic.de>
To: <kde-cygwin at kde.org>
Sent: Saturday, April 24, 2004 6:04 PM
Subject: QT/WIN32: VC Patches

> Hello,
> the patches are
> - the diff file
> - the files I've added (I'm not familary with diff)
>    (too much for the mailing list 100kB, the email came back)
> I'm not sure if gcc will work with this patches (maybe I've destroyed
> someone others work).
> To compile the headers must be in the /inlude directory, the links
> generated by "make -f Makefile.cvs" don't work with vc: copy all *.h to
> /include and then move all *_p.h to /private.
> The most changes of existing code I've #ifdef ed with the MSC macro.
> Qt  compiles without an without the UNICODE macro; when UNICODE is
> enabled the text is gone (textirs), maybe my typecasts are too stupid.
> All these casts are marked with #if defined (MSC) && (UNICODE).
> I have to say, that come code is from the Wolfpack Emu project,
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/wpdev/.
> Their gui-less port compiles with the command line tools of ms.
> My setup is Win2k and Visual c++ 6 Sp6.
> Compiling with the free as beer Toolkit leads to some template related
> errors.
> Peter


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