From: Jürgen Hunold (hunold_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-12-20 03:38:29
On Friday 17 December 2004 17:43, TEMPLIE Cédric wrote:
> I try to build a project using QT, but there is a little mistake with
> lib names...
Yes, knwon issue, AFAIK
> My question is more what is the better way to deal...
> So, I use the QT 3.3.3 version, and the name of the qt-mt lib is
> qt-mt333.lib. The problem is that boost try to use qt-mt.lib...
> What is the best way to deal with this problem :
> - Changing the name of the QT library in the QT install dir
Not good when using dll's.
> - Changing the name in the qt.jam file (maybe by adding a thing that
> check the QT version and choose the good library automaticaly, like
> for msvc) (I prefer this approach)
> What is your opinion ?
Yes, but I would wait for Qt4 before doing changes.
I'd like to be able to code the qt-version in the build-path, too.
This is something which could be copied from the upcoming python
toolset. Volodya ?
I workaround this issue by manually changing qt.jam for now.
I'd like to wait for Qt4beta1 and look what has to be changed to get it
working. And then I'll try and hack a set of Jamfiles for qt4
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