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Re: QT on alpha potato does not compile

On Thu, Sep 07, 2000 at 06:16:12PM +0200, Ullrich Martini wrote:
> I am trying to compile qt 2.2 on a alpha with potato, g++ 2.95.2-13
> using  rkrustys patches from the
> intel qt 2.2 diffs. I get lots of internal compiler errors on the files
> generated by moc (moc_*.cpp), and
> uic segfaults when compiling  tools/designer/designer/listboxeditor.ui
> It looks like a alpha-gcc problem. The internal compiler errors go away
> if the files
> are compiled without optimization. I will file a bug against gcc because
> of that.

I had a similar problem on my alpha but chose to deal with it later. :)

> The uic problem occurred when building the designer.  I think the Qt
> designer should go into
> a separate package anyway.

it will since I want to turn on the KDE extensions which means that qt needs
to be built first, then kde, then designer....

> The kde people had similiar bugs against kde2 betas in their bugtracking
> system, but they closed them because they had a modified version of qt
> which appearently fixed the problems. It looks like those patches didn't
> find their way back to the trolls.
> Anyway, did someone succeed in building qt-2.2 on a alpha/potato?

I'll see if I can find more infoz on it.


Ivan E. Moore II
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