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Re: Dirty hack to use KDE Widgets in QT Designer



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> On Monday 24 March 2003 23:13, Carlos Acedo wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> After a long search of the web I found a solution to use KDE Widgets in
>> designer ( except kfontcombo :( ) in a gentoo forum ( at least very
>> similar to the solution ):
>
> Huh ?? You can already use them in KDE 3.1, kdelibs has a plugin library
> for
> designer for all KDE widgets (kdewidgets.so IIRC) so they directly pop up
> in
> designer for point+ click use :-)
>
Well I forget to say that KDE widgets appear in Designer, but when
selecting one and clicking in the form, I get a segmentation fault with
all KDE widgets ( QT works fine ). I am using QT 3.1.1 and the latest KDE
from sid
> Ralf
>> http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=12964
>>
>> You have to recompile qt libraries, but first you have to comment lines
>> 144 and 149 of src/tools/qlibrary_unix.cpp
>>
>> so you will get:
>> //if ( dlclose( pHnd ) ) {
>> #if defined(QT_DEBUG) || defined(QT_DEBUG_COMPONENT)
>>         qWarning( "%s", dlerror() );
>> #endif
>>         return FALSE;
>> //   }
>>
>> I know it's hacky, but I need to develop :)
>> If some one has a better solution please let me know
>>
>> --
>> ...resistence is futile, prepare to be asimilated.
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