Weird problem when working with iterators
superm1 at gmail.com
Fri Oct 15 19:13:26 CEST 2004
Well I managed to get ahold of a copy of MS Visual Studio 2003 .net
through school, and it ran fine on there with a build I did of QT on
VS2003. For sure there is some sort of bug with a mingw build of QT
then and using iterators. For now, is there any easy way to link VS
built QT with mingw built apps, I get crazy ammounts of errors when
On Fri, 15 Oct 2004 08:00:36 +0200 (MEST), Christian Ehrlicher
<ch.ehrlicher at gmx.de> wrote:
> Sorry, forgot to say that I just could test it with Borland & MSVC 6.0
> yesterday. I've currently tested it with gcc3.x under linux and it seems to
> work. Will try to compile with mingw, but this takes really long.
> I'll also try to build this without qt-dll.
> But apart from this I wouldn't mix C and C++ that much :)
> > Christian,
> > Some of those lines were just for the sake to see if they would work:
> > the cout<<verboseString should call upon a << operator on a QString,
> > and output the contents of the string. The QStringList::split
> > shouldnt be reached if just -v is put in by the preceding if statement
> > checking to see if there are any more arguments, ( if (a.argc() >
> > argpos)) .Also take out the extra QStringList::Iterator, i was just
> > looking to see if it crashed declaring the iterator. If you follow
> > the program and launch with a "-v all", all i'm worried about is if it
> > makes it past begin() for you. If so, I'm rebuilding qt under visual
> > studio instead of mingw.
> > Can anyone else with a mingw build of QT verify?
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