including Qt libs

Rene Märten delta_x at gmx.net
Fri Jun 16 07:34:38 UTC 2000


On Fri, 16 Jun 2000, you wrote:
> Werner Modenbach wrote:
> > 
> > Am Don, 15 Jun 2000 schrieb OS:
> > > ...and yet ANOTHER "cannot find Qt library" problem !!!!!!!!
> > >
> > > This is getting tedious (and I don't mean me going on about it !)
> > >
> > I agree absolutely.
> > But what do you think should be the proper solution?
> > Don't you think we should solve it somehow in the distribution instead
> > reclaiming for to many people having a problem with the distribution?
> > 
> > All I would like to have is
> > ./configure
> > make
> > make install
> > 
> > A simple question for entering the Qt-path instead of terminating the script
> > would be the easyest. Don't you think so?
> > 
> > - Werner -
> > 
> > BTW: For me the work of kdevelop is outstanding! Thre might be just little
> > things to be improved. One of them should be when creating a new project to
> > indicate if it is based on qt-1.* or qr 2.*. The paths for qt and kde shouldn't
> > depend on environment variables but should be part of the setup.
> They are. You have to set the path in the kdevelop setup for KDE2/qt-2
> for that which basically only get append during the project creation. If
> configure fails on a qt-1.x app, you can run configure with arguments
> >from within kdevelop where you can append --with-qt-dir=  which should
> solve the problems with qt if you know where you have it.
> 

Ralf,
Du scheinst nicht verstehen zu wollen ! Werner meint, es gebe Leute, die NICHTS
in der shell eintippen wollen, KDEVELOP soll den kompletten Part übernehmen !!!
Ich glaube das war verständlich ? OK, gruss aus teltow

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