[kde-freebsd] qt4 ignores custom compiler from /etc/make.conf
olivier at gid0.org
Mon Oct 24 20:40:53 UTC 2011
2011/10/24 Alberto Villa <avilla at freebsd.org>:
> Not a bug nor a feature. Well, perhaps a feature. Qt 4 requires to be
> built by the same compiler, thus, if you installed qt4-corelib with
> compiler A, you can't compile qt4-webkit with compiler B, as it will
> just use A (check bsd.qt.mk, search for QMAKESPEC). And the check is
> done using the name of the binary. Also, a mkspec must exist for the
> compiler to be supported, but there's no such thing for distcc. I'm
> not sure on how to handle this, as I don't know distcc (yet). Isn't
> ccache an option? That works fine because it uses the same names of
> the original compilers.
> By the way, you'll need to reinstall qmake4 each time you want to
> change Qt compiler... I think.
Are you sure ? I compiled all my qt4 ports with clang except
qt4-webkit because it was failing. So I set up an exception for it in
make.conf, and then it compiled fine (with base gcc).
> Sorry, I'm not really lucid at the moment (got two teeth extracted!),
> but that's a beginning.
Good luck :)
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