> On Tue, 24 Jan 2012 10:47:27 -0800 (PST)
> Darrell Anderson <humanreadable@...> wrote:
>> > dcopclient.cpp:2288 contains the following:
>> > #include <dcopclient.moc>
>> > So the failure is in that moc file. I don't pretend to
>> > understand moc files (yet), but I believe the moc files are
>> > created by the qt3 compiler.
>> > kstyle.cpp:2370 contains #include "kstyle.moc". So once
>> > again the problem is a moc file.
>> I can manually edit these moc files to add a "T" prefix to any
>> undeclared "Q" functions referenced in the error messages. Then
>> manually runmake again (outside my build script) and the errors stop.
>> Of course, I then run into a new set of similar errors. I can repeat
>> this process with success but there is no way to automate the process.
>> I think I have narrowed the problem to how the moc files are being
>> created. I don't know whether that is related to TQT_REAL_TQT.
> Do you use the right moc ? I don't know how the new TQt3 works but if
> the qt3 moc is used and nothing is done after that the generated .moc
> file will use Q* classes rather than TQ* classes.
I have attached my dcopclient.moc file, generated today in a build from
GIT. It would be interesting to see a diff between this file and your
file; could you post one?