ben79 at bigpond.net.au
Tue Apr 30 03:52:12 PDT 2002
I installed qt-3.0.3, kde3, with objprelink on my old redhat system.
All that is required is a new -platform option:
So that the objprelink binary is called on the object files.
You can copy the platforms qmake.conf from
qt-copy/mkspecs/linux-g++-objprelink into the qt-3.0.3 tree and then pass
the -platform linux-g++-objprelink to configure. It's pretty easy.
Larry Lawrence wrote:
>> Jesse Tie-Ten-Quee wrote:
>>> I don't see a problem with adding objprelink itself. But modifying the
>>> default qt instructions...especially when you have to use qt-copy,
>>> intead of the official qt sources, well.. c'mon now.
> What is required to do this WITHOUT using qt-copy? The patch on the
> objprelink website is very simple for QT3, but it's six months old. Do we
> know how many changes were made between qt and qt-copy? Do we know that
> KDE will keep up qt-copy so a patch could be maintained? Can the patch be
> implemented with Makefile overrides?
> Minor issues: Will objprelink be maintained? Why does trolltech avoid
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