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devel:compile-unix [2010/05/13 00:02]
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devel:compile-unix [2010/06/18 22:01] (current)
mario replaced all 'lmb.informatik.uni-freiburg.de/trac' with 'trac.xuvtools.org'
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-**NOTE:** if you want to compile with older versions of gcc (e.g. GCC-4.1 on RHEL5), you need a sufficiently recent version (at least [[http://lmb.informatik.uni-freiburg.de/​trac/​changeset/​2751|r2751]]) and you have to advise qmake not to use pedantic errors: **''​qmake CONFIG+="​nopedanticerrors"​ -r XuvTools.pro''​**+**NOTE:** if you want to compile with older versions of gcc (e.g. GCC-4.1 on RHEL5), you need a sufficiently recent version (at least [[http://trac.xuvtools.org/​changeset/​2751|r2751]]) and you have to advise qmake not to use pedantic errors: **''​qmake CONFIG+="​nopedanticerrors"​ -r XuvTools.pro''​**
  
 If you want to build the command line tools as well, you can add "​tools"​ to the qmake CONFIG variable. To build and execute the tests, you can add "​test"​ to the qmake CONFIG variable. Here are some examples on how to invoke qmake in above command sequence: If you want to build the command line tools as well, you can add "​tools"​ to the qmake CONFIG variable. To build and execute the tests, you can add "​test"​ to the qmake CONFIG variable. Here are some examples on how to invoke qmake in above command sequence:
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