From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-09-13 06:12:08
> On Dunnersdag 08 September 2005, 12:13, Vladimir Prus wrote:
> > Hi Jürgen,
> > > The name then will be "main.moc", I hope ?
> > No, "main_moc.cpp" at the moment.
> Well, then you can't compile qt4 ;-))
Ok, now the name is "main.moc".
> > > Well, please take a look a TrollTechs documents at
> > >
> > > http://doc.trolltech.com/4.0/moc.html
> > Yes, that makes sense.
> Please don't forget to add the link to the "rationale" section of the docs
> for qt4.jam. I think this prevents many questions ;-)
> > > On the other I know that the KDE project _always_ #includes the mocced
> > > files in order to get some speed improvements.
> > Hmm... in fact I don't know if I can have .cpp files mocced with current
> > KDE build system, so I always put Q_OBJECT classes to headers.
> Well, I've this thing reported by my colleague. But nevermind...
> > > But they are switching to Scons at the moment...
> > Are they? I haven't see any news about this on KDE mailing lists.
> Well, according to my colleague this was discussed and probably decided at
> the KDE Academy 2005 meeting in Malaga last week.
> He's working on cervisia and said that the first Scons files appear in the
> repository right now.
Ehm... indeed. It looks like a couple of developers made SCons setup for KDE,
and the question which system to use did not really arise (at least
Boost.Build was not considered at all).
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