On 02/28/2012 04:58 PM, David C. Rankin wrote: > I treat both Qt3 and TQt3 the same in my build scripts. In my build scripts I modify the "T" or "t" prefix as necesary but use the same environment variables during the build, such as $QTDIR. I install both to $PREFIX, which for me is /opt/trinity. >> Darrell, What about patches? Are the same patches applicable to Qt3 also applicable to TQt3? I built Qt3 from git with the following patches: 000-qiconview-finditem.patch 001-qiconview-rebuildcontainer.patch 002-qiconview-ctrl_rubber.patch 003-designer-deletetabs.patch 004-qvaluelist-streaming-operator.patch 005-qprogressbar-optimization.patch 006-qiconview-no-useless-scrollbar.patch 007-qiconview-rubber_on_move.patch 008-argb-visual-hack.patch 009-fix-xinput-clash.patch 010-buffered-iconview.patch 011-qlistbox-eyecandy.patch 013-print-CJK.patch 016-gcc4.patch gcc46-arch.patch qt-unixodbc.patch Looking at http://git.trinitydesktop.org/cgit/tqt3/log/ it doesn't look like there would be any commits that would supersede the patches, but I'm not familiar enough about it to know. Guesses? Also, looking at the log, it looks like TQt3 is updated from the Qt3 source with Tim's "Automated update from Qt3" magic. If this is the case -- it's smart and should be kept this way as long as Automated update is possible. Neat trick. -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.