compiling error in HEAD

Harald Fernengel harry at
Sat Sep 8 16:22:49 UTC 2001


whoops... looks like my fault. To get it compiled with Qt 3 I moved the Qt 
include paths before the kdevelop include paths to prevent linking againt the 
qt3stuff. This breaks unfortunately if you don't have Qt 3 installed...

I think the solution for that would rather be to include a "--use-qt2" or 
something similar to the configure script which tells it to build and use the 
qt3stuff instead of Qt.

Unfortunately I have not much clue about autoconf/automake, is there a nice 
way to determine the Qt version?

The quick workaround for Qt 2 users is to change 
parts/outputviews/ back to the original

INCLUDES = -I$(top_srcdir)/lib/interfaces \
           -I$(top_srcdir)/lib/util \
           -I$(top_srcdir)/lib/qt3stuff \

(Just swap the last two lines...)


> Hi!
> Sorry, but after a week offline(I was ill) I tried to compile the HEAD and
> unfortunately there are problems.:-( Maybe someone can check it? I have
> "old" gcc and KDE2.2final.
> +++++++++++
> c++ -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I../.. -I../../lib/interfaces -I../../lib/util
> -I/opt/kde2//include -I/
> usr/lib/qt2/include -I/usr/X11R6/include -I../../lib/qt3stuff
> -DQT_THREAD_SUPPORT -pthread -O2 -fno-
> exceptions -fno-check-new -Wp,-MD,.deps/makeviewpart.pp -c makeviewpart.cpp
> -fPIC -DPIC -o .libs/ma
> keviewpart.o
> In file included from makewidget.h:18,
>                  from makeviewpart.cpp:21:
> /usr/lib/qt2/include/qrichtext_p.h:101: parse error before `*'
> /usr/lib/qt2/include/qrichtext_p.h:284: parse error before `*'
> /usr/lib/qt2/include/qrichtext_p.h:287: parse error before `*'
> /usr/lib/qt2/include/qrichtext_p.h:295: ANSI C++ forbids declaration
> `QStyleSheetItem' with no type
> /usr/lib/qt2/include/qrichtext_p.h:295: parse error before `*'
> /usr/lib/qt2/include/qrichtext_p.h:321: invalid use of member
> `QTextParagraph::QStyleSheetItem'
> ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> Ciao!
> Sandy

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