treat at kde.org
Thu Aug 30 17:01:13 CEST 2007
Looking at the history of these files, it seems they have had a lot of changes
made directly to the generated files...
I think we can look at this later, but if it becomes an issue for win32
testing, we can just disable the equation parser for now I would think.
On Thursday 30 August 2007, George Staikos wrote:
> It might be time to reconsider this. It could make Win32 portability
> hard if we rely on the pre-generated files. Then again, flex and
> bison are not so easy to get going on Windows either...
> On 30-Aug-07, at 10:47 AM, Adam Treat wrote:
> > SVN commit 706485 by treat:
> > * Don't trigger internal lex/yacc handling in qmake.
> > M +5 -0 libkstmath.pro
> > --- branches/work/kst/portto4/kst/src/libkstmath/libkstmath.pro
> > #706484:706485
> > @@ -15,6 +15,11 @@
> > LIBS += -lkst
> > +#Don't trigger qmake's lex/yacc handling by default.
> > +#Rather we want to use the files that are pre-generated and
> > checked in.
> > +QMAKE_EXT_LEX = .lex
> > +QMAKE_EXT_YACC = .yacc
> > +
> > SOURCES += \
> > kstpainter.cpp \
> > kstcolorsequence.cpp \
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