including Qt libs

pedro at zmat.suc.es pedro at zmat.suc.es
Thu Jun 15 15:38:57 UTC 2000


The configure script reads the QTDIR enviroment variable when it tries
to find
de Qt libs and headers, so you can export QTDIR=/usr/local/qt _before_
executing kdevelop from the that shell. Or better you can modify
the .bashrc (or .login or .profile, well...) adding the export line.
If you don't want to rely on enviroment variables, you can pass the
--with-qt-dir=/usr/local/qt option to the configure script. You can try
./configure --help to see all the options.

> I have instaled kdevelop 1.2, but when I try to create a new project that
> requires tthe Qt libraries (eg: a normal Qt project), I get the following
> message:
> 
> configure: error: Qt (>= 1.42 and < 2.0) (libraries) not found. Please
> check your installation!
> 
> I have the Qt-lib qt-1.44 installed in /usr/local/qt, but what is the
> command to inform kdevelop where he can find the libs?!
> 
> kdk is in /usr/local/kdk-1.2
> kdevelop is in /usr/local/kdk-1.2/kdevelop
> And I'm using Debian 2.1
> 
> Thanks,
> 
>         Mario Lemos




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