[kaffe] Qt based AWT implementation linking errors
sanjeevm at sanyo.co.in
Thu Nov 28 05:52:23 PST 2002
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dalibor Topic [SMTP:robilad at yahoo.com]
> Sent: Thursday, November 28, 2002 7:06 PM
> To: Sanjeev Manral; kaffe at kaffe.org
> Subject: Re: [kaffe] Qt based AWT implementation linking errors
> hi Sanjeev,
> --- Sanjeev Manral <sanjeevm at sanyo.co.in> wrote:
> > I downloaded kaffe from cvs and building it with
> > qt-awt
> > right now I'm building it for native linux (pentium)
> > My configuration are -
> > ./configure --with-awt=qt --with-qtdir=/usr/local/qt
> > --without-x
> > --with-engine=intrp --with-staticlib
> > --with-staticbin --enable-static
> > --disable-shared --enable-debug
> > I've compiled qt-emebedded-free-3.0.5 with -thread
> > option, built staticly.
> > and it is in proper place. I've created a softlink
> > to
> > /usr/local/qt/lib/libqte-mt.a as
> > /usr/local/qt/lib/libqte.a
> I think that one is confusing the configure script.
> libqte means qt-embedded without threads. libqte-mt
> means qt-embedded with threads. Linking one to another
> is asking for trouble. The configure script probably
> picks the wrong library, compiles against it (with the
> appropriate compile flags) and then can't link to the
> symlinked library.
But when I compile it with qt which is build using --shared no
libqte.a is created ,only libqte.so is created.
Are you able to build caffe and qt both as shared?
Or you are building kaffe and qt both static
when I treid to build both as shared. kaffe asked for libqte.a
which is not there because qt is built as shared.
Do I need to build qt without threads and both(kaffe and qt) static?
> best regards,
> dalibor topic
[Sanjeev Manral] Thanks and Regards,
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