[mythtv] Re: Today's CVS
josh at engr.arizona.edu
Sat Mar 1 14:40:23 EST 2003
I upgraded my GCC version to 3.2 and I still am left with the same
problem. I'm using the libqt3-dev debian package for my QT libraries.
How would I go about finding out what version of GCC they were
compilied with? Any other ideas?
On Saturday, March 1, 2003, at 01:06 PM, John Danner wrote:
> have you upgraded you gcc? If you have you might need to recompile qt
> update your qt to a version that was compiled with the same version of
> you are running now.
> ---------- Original Message -----------
> From: Joshua Bernstein <josh at engr.arizona.edu>
> To: mythtv-dev at snowman.net
> Sent: Sat, 1 Mar 2003 12:45:02 -0700
> Subject: [mythtv] Today's CVS
>> So the make gets to the line:
>> g++ -o mythepg main.o <BLAH>
>> After a breif pause I get the following error:
>> main.o(.text+0x19): In function 'main':
>> : undefined refernce to 'QApplication::Qapplication(int &, char **)'
>> This lines continue to fly by with various reference to things like
>> QString:QString(char const *) and also QApplication
>> I've figured the Q give away the idea this its looking for the QT3
>> libs which I do have installed. the QTDIR varible is set, (otherwise
>> it wouldn't compilie) and I have added /usr/share/qt3/bin to my path
>> as suggesst by the HOW-TO.
>> Again, I'm really dying to put this software up and start playing
>> with it... Can anyone help?
>> -Joshua Bernstein
>> Systems Analyst
>> University of Arizona
>> Tucson, Arizona, USA
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>> mythtv-dev at snowman.net
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