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ShiroiKuma
pgas has compiled Qt4 for pdaXrom. It's huge. I've taken his compiled tree, cleaned it up and made a squashfs image of it. It now stands at 62 megs.

If you want to use it:

1. Download the Qt4 squashfs package and put it in /mnt/card/ or somewhere.
2. Install squashfs utils from the pdaXrom unstable feed.
3. Edit /etc/profile and modify the line specifying the QTDIR to
CODE
QTDIR=/usr/local/qt

4. Make sure that the directory /usr/local/qt exists and it's empty.
5. Before running a Qt app, mount the squashfs image, if you want to do this automatically edit your startkde or startx file, whichever you use to start X, and at the beginning insert the following line
CODE
mount -t squashfs - o loop /mnt/card/qt-4.0.1.squashfs /usr/local/qt


And now you will use Qt4 in X.

I don't see any practical reason for it currently. I just worked with it because Qt4 was supposed to include the Qt UIM immodule but it doesn't, so Japanese input doesn't work in Qt.

But since I made it, maybe someone will find use for it.
ScottYelich
QUOTE(ShiroiKuma @ Jan 2 2006, 11:19 AM)
pgas has compiled Qt4 for pdaXrom. It's huge. I've taken his compiled tree, cleaned it up and made a squashfs image of it. It now stands at 62 megs.

If you want to use it:

1. Download the Qt4 squashfs package and put it in /mnt/card/ or somewhere.
2. Install squashfs utils from the pdaXrom unstable feed.
3. Edit /etc/profile and modify the line specifying the QTDIR to
CODE
QTDIR=/usr/local/qt

4. Make sure that the directory /usr/local/qt exists and it's empty.
5. Before running a Qt app, mount the squashfs image, if you want to do this automatically edit your startkde or startx file, whichever you use to start X, and at the beginning insert the following line
CODE
mount -t squashfs - o loop /mnt/card/qt-4.0.1.squashfs /usr/local/qt


And now you will use Qt4 in X.

I don't see any practical reason for it currently. I just worked with it because Qt4 was supposed to include the Qt UIM immodule but it doesn't, so Japanese input doesn't work in Qt.

But since I made it, maybe someone will find use for it.
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I develop with Qt4 -- thank you!

mirrored: http://zaurus.spy.org/feeds/cacko/pdaXrom/...us-7x0-860/qt4/

Scott
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