mattr at kde.org
Thu Jul 26 16:48:44 UTC 2007
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On Jul 26, 2007, at 4:42 AM, Andreas Pakulat wrote:
> On 25.07.07 23:24:37, Matt Rogers wrote:
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>> On Jul 23, 2007, at 6:51 PM, Andreas Pakulat wrote:
>>> SVN commit 691596 by apaku:
>>> Allow to easily retrieve the exact binary used in a project. This
>>> will be used by the QMake Manager.
>>> CC'ing kdevelop-devel to get some input on a question wrt. to this
>>> Would it be better to offer something like
>>> QString queryQMake(const QString& var, KDevelop::IProject*)
>>> which would basically run qmake -query var and return the result?
>>> I need a way in the qmake manager to run qmake -query var but am
>>> not 100%
>>> sure which of the two API's is "better" and I'd like to not
>>> hardcode the qmake group
>>> config-key in two places..
>>> CCMAIL:kdevelop-devel at kdevelop.org
>> how often are you going to be doing this qmake querying do you think?
> Once for each project upon opening and the eventually when the user
> changes the qmake binary setting. So its rather seldom.
>> The queryQMake function sounds like a nice solution to me.
> So you think it makes more sense to have this function in the
> qmake-builder than in the qmake-manager? (Just in case I wasn't clear:
> The function exists anyway, I'm just not sure where to put it).
Why would you need it in the qmake builder? I would think that you
would only need to query for things in the qmake manager.
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