qtwin32-binary package question
arbvtk at yahoo.fr
Thu Jan 6 20:15:19 CET 2005
Compiling the code with your compiler should be encouraged because you can also get errors with the STL for example. It is the case with qt 3 demo from trolltech, compiled with VC++ 6. You can provide a VC++ 7.1 std::string to a qt function and it compile & link with no errors, but it crashes at runtime.
Ralf Habacker <ralf.habacker at freenet.de> wrote:
On Thursday 06 January 2005 10:12, Chris January wrote:
> > Hi
> > > > 2. I have compiled the library with Visual Studio Net.
> > Does anyone
> > > > know, if this will work also with Visual Studio ++ 6.0 ?
> > >
> > > I don't think it will - but I have VC++ 6 at work so I can
> > compile a
> > > version there.
> > It works - I'm using MSVC 6.0 to debug since Borland
> > debugging capabilities are incomplete in some cases.
> Don't the resulting binaries depend on the MSVC.NET runtimes so if you link
> the libraries against a program compiled using VC++6 you will be using both
> runtimes? Does this work and is this desirable?
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