On 06/27/2012 03:09 PM, Darrell Anderson wrote: > I don't have a clue how to use QCAD in any meaningful way, but QCAD runs on my Trinity system. I built QCAD against Qt 3.3.8.b. I built QCAD in KDE3 and not in Trinity. Because Qt 3.3.8.d and TQt3 are built and installed separately, I have no problems launching QCAD from within Trinity. > > The dialogs in QCAD suck, just like LibreOffice. Stupid generic Qt3 dialogs. :-) QCad isn't a dialog oriented package. It is a true cad package where most drawing is done from the command line. e.g. line; 6.35 ;23 deg. I have no doubt a precompiled Qcad will run on TDE, but if you need to rebuild it, will it rebuild on TDE with TQt3 name changes? My guess = no. > > I'm curious how much patching is required to build QCAD with TQt3. I hope to tinker with that eventually. I don't know how to force building QCAD (or any generic Qt3 app) to use the TDE Integration Module to use Trinity dialogs. > Hopefully not much, but it should be a valid test where what is learned would be applicable across the board. > Darrell -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.