compiling qt apps
mobtek at netspace.net.au
Mon Jan 20 23:13:55 GMT 2003
kde newbie question. Now when I was working from gnome and had qt libs
installed manually to allow configure scripts and the like see where the libs
were I had all my PATH's in /~.bashrc. I still do have some kde2 libs
installed for things like opera etc see below :
<mobtek at eudoxus:mobtek>dpkg -l | grep qt
ii libarts1-qt 1.0.4-1 aRts Sound system (qt/x11 support libraries)
pi libqt2 2.3.2-5 Qt GUI Library (runtime version)
ii libqt2-mt 2.3.2-5 Qt GUI Library (runtime threaded version)
hi libqt3 3.0.5-3 Qt GUI Library (runtime files)
hi libqt3-dev 3.0.5-3 Qt GUI development files
hi libqt3-mt 3.0.5-3 Qt GUI Library (Threaded runtime version)
hi libqt3-mt-dev 3.0.5-3 Qt Threaded development files
rc qt-designer 2.3.1-22 Qt GUI Designer
ii qt-designer-do 2.3.2-5 Tutorial and reference documentation for Qt
hi qt3-tools 3.0.5-3 Qt GUI Designer and other Qt3 based tools
Am I missing some libs? Where do I have to set the paths in kde-3.0.4 on
debian sid so configure scripts etc can see them when compiling from source?
cheers Peter van der Male
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