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Re: [Mingw-cross-env-list] Qt 4.7 beta in development version?

From: Mark Brand
Subject: Re: [Mingw-cross-env-list] Qt 4.7 beta in development version?
Date: Mon, 31 May 2010 11:50:24 +0200
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If you would like to try it out for your project ahead of time, my
current snapshot for Qt 4.7-beta1 is here:

I just included those, with a few minor adjustments.

Wow. I was prepared for more controversy, but I think this is a good step.

I'm mentioning your above URL in the patch:

     This patch has been taken from:

Is that correct?

Almost correct. The patches mentioned above are for the v4.7.0-beta1 tag. For the merge request, I git-rebased these changes onto the "master" branch and added a few more improvements.

Probably in the future I will backport the merge request to v4.7.0-beta1 for mingw-cross-env.

BTW, I wouldn't be surprised if we have to wait for 4.8 before these changes appear in Qt releases.

An another question: Why did you remove the bindirsink?

          -prefix '$(PREFIX)/$(TARGET)' \
          -prefix-install \
-        -bindir '$(1)'/bindirsink \
          -script \
          -opengl desktop \

What kind of (interesting?) executables will be installed
into usr/i686-pc-mingw32/bin by Qt?

The merge request is not specifically for mingw-cross-env. I figured the consequences of "make install" are somewhat out of scope given the wide variety of MinGW cross building environments that might be encountered.. My intention was to simplify the options where possible. If I am not mistaken nothing will be installed in that "bin" directory without "make install".



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