Qt Creator & static libqt-mt.a
Wed Jul 13 05:16:00 GMT 2011
On Tue, 2011-07-12 at 22:53 -0400, Phil Bouchard wrote:
> On 7/12/2011 10:41 PM, Yaakov (Cygwin/X) wrote:
> > You don't need to distribute the Qt DLLs, just have your users get them
> > from the distro.
> I meant some people would like to distribute an executable to systems
> with no Cygwin or Qt installed.
> > False. While some plugins can be builtin to the libraries, the
> > following absolutely require plugin support:
> > - CJK language support,
> > - QML (QtDeclarative),
> > - QCA,
> > - QtDesigner widgets,
> > - Phonon,
> > - third-party QStyle engines,
> > - and last, but not least, KDE.
> What I am trying to say is to include both the DLL and the static
> library in the package, this way we'll be able to use Qt Designer and
> linking the final executable dynamically or statically.
The other major distributions don't do this, and there's a reason why:
a static Qt build is different from a shared one, and you can't install
them both in the same place.
> As it is right now I've been rebuilding Qt from source 2 or 3 times
> because the configure script deletes all objects files when it's run and
> each build took 96 minutes.
The Qt build is very configurable; you may want to consider disabling
whichever components you don't need in order to save time.
> Not to mention I had the following bugs:
Needless to say, our Qt includes patches which fix all these errors. I
have yet to push these upstream, so in the meantime, please direct Qt
bug reports to these lists.
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