|Subject:||Re: [Mingw-cross-env-list] Qt 4.7 (help wanted)|
|Date:||Wed, 02 Jun 2010 14:47:42 +0200|
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That look like a good way to do that, if that's really what should be done. What about my doubts about whether reordering the search path is the correct approach? -It's probably correct to have the gcc include directory *before* the mingw include directory anyway.Reading a little more, you're probably right. You want to find C std library files from the compiler first - unless you really want otherwise. I wonder why Qt does it this way?I should add that I don't actually know if Qt was responsible for arranging the search path.. I haven't investigated the gcc package from mingw for that version. Maybe it has this property too.
Also, the Qt gcc package is for *native* mingw on Windows. I haven't come across any *cross* mingw gcc packages where the mingw include directory was first in the search path instead of last.
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