Martin Loschwitz <email@example.com> writes: > On Sun, Feb 02, 2003 at 11:46:30PM +0900, Junichi Uekawa wrote: >> >> > Oooops... >> > link against qt-mt (thread-support), and not qt, solved that very nicely >> >> Could anyone clue me in as to why there are qt libraries without >> mt and qt-mt ? >> >> I seem to be experiencing some kind of mix-and-matching (I tried >> to compile ecawave with libqt3 and it gave me warnings that some plugins >> were compiled with thread support and ecawave wasn't, and I >> tried linking with libqt3-mt, and the warning was gone.) > > In normal case, you should not have to use the unthreaded library anymore. It > has been declared deprecated with latest Qt3 upload. Even if your program > refuses to build with the -mt library, because it has, for example the linker > argument "-lqt" hardcoded, you should rather try to fix the program instead of > using Qt3-non-mt. > > Anyway, the -non-mt variant is still there to not break with applications > using it for now. It may disappear after sarge release, though. In that case, why not just remove libqt3-dev and have libqt3-mt-dev provide it? I doubt there's a single Qt application that would break because it was compiled with the threaded version instead of non-threaded. -- My secret to happiness... is that I have a heart of a 12-year-old boy. It's over here in a jar. Would you like to see it?
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