From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-10-05 02:55:40
> On Sunday 03 October 2004 19:37, Aleksey Gurtovoy wrote:
> > First of all, thanks to everybody who responded to my original
> > request. Things are looking better now, but we still have some way to
> > build
> > -----
> > I'll take care of these two myself, but somebody from the Boost.Build
> > camp needs to look/comment on these:
> > tools/build/v2/test/railsys/libx/include/libx/test_libx.h: file's
> > directory depth exceeds 8 levels
> Oops, I did not know that some platform has such a low limit.
> Volodya, I think we could reduce the path to read
> by simply moving test_libx.h one directory up.
Thanks for your quick help!
> And then apply the patch attached.
> It fixes:
> * the built-in dependency on stlport (this is not what it should test ;-)
> * removes inheritance from Qt's QObject and removes Qt dependency...
I haven't seen this change in the patch (the code in 'app' still uses Qt). But
anyway, I'd really like to retain both dependency on stlport and Qt. Those
are important use cases which are not otherwise tested.
I've applied the rest of the patch. Thanks!
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