Qt3-3.0.0-0.Beta2 and KDevelop 1.4 question.

Ralf Nolden nolden at kde.org
Tue Jul 24 08:51:38 BST 2001

On Tuesday, 24. July 2001 09:38, you wrote:

Ooops, I think I should learn how to handle KMail better now that I switched 
over from NS messenger :) Thanks Werner.  Could we put that on the website ?


PS the database support is included in the GPL version as well definetly. 
That's why KDE 2.2 doesn't have any database support of its own as we dropped 
that due to Qt 3.

> On Dienstag, 24. Juli 2001 06:06 Sonic & Knuckles wrote \n/ Am Dienstag,
> 24.
> Juli 2001 06:06 schrieb Sonic & Knuckles:
> > Yesterday I downloaded the Beta version of Qt3 in the RPM's for Linux
> > RedHat 7.1, as soon as I found out it had database support built into it.
> > I was a little disappointed when I found out that the current version of
> > Qt has no such support.
> >
> > But I haven't used the RPM files as yet because as soon as I downloaded
> > them I realised that I have no idea how to use Qt3.  This is because I
> > use KDevelop to create all the makefiles and such, as I have absolutely
> > no idea how to do it manually.  So my question is this: can I use
> > KDevelop and access the Qt3 beta libraries and documention instead of the
> > Qt libraies I am currently using?  Or will I have to wait until a newer
> > version of KDevelop and non-beta versions of Qt3 are available.
> >
> > Any help is greatly appreciated.
> >
> > Thankyou and regards,
> > Sláinte (Irish for cheers).
> > ---------------------------------------------------------
> > Vaughan Egan   ---   celtic at ix.net.au
> > ---------------------------------------------------------
> No problem with qt3! I'm using it in parallel to qt2.
> Here is what I did:
> I downloaded the source.
> cd /usr/lib
> tar xvzf /downloaddir/qt-x11-free-3.0.0-beta1.tgz
> ls -s qt-x11-free-3.0.0-beta1 qt3
> export QTDIR=/usr/lib/qt3
> cd qt3
> ./configure --whatever_options
> make
> setup kdevelop:
> options->Documentation->Qt-Library-Doc : /usr/lib/qt3/doc/html/
> options->Path->Qt 2.x directory : /usr/lib/qt3
> That's it.
> Your project should compile without problems. If the compiler complains you
> might have to add some includes. qt3 doesn't include as many headerfiles as
> qt2, it just declares classes.
> Concerning the database support please have a look at what Trolls tell
> about that. I haven't experimented with this till now. Trolls say database
> support is only part of the commercial license.
> - Werner -

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