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Month: November 2012

Re: [trinity-devel] Some strange headers are installed with qt.

From: Darrell Anderson <humanreadable@...>
Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2012 11:28:42 -0800 (PST)
> Next strange headers are installed to my system with git version of qt:
> btree.h crc32.h debian_qsql_odbc.h deflate.h ftglue.h ftxgdef.h
> ftxgpos.h ftxgsub.h ftxopenf.h ftxopen.h hash.h inffast.h inffixed.h
> inflate.h inftrees.h jri.h jri_md.h jritypes.h moc_yacc.h npapi.h
> npupp.h opcodes.h os.h otlbuffer.h pager.h parse.h pngasmrd.h
> pngconf.h
> Also all private headers are installed to include dir as well as to
> include/private.
> This is a BUG? Or they are used by something?
> At least hash.h breaks compilation of kopete with jabber protocol.
> My configuration string:
> ./configure -sm -thread -stl -system-libjpeg -verbose -largefile
> -qt-imgfmt-jpeg -qt-imgfmt-mng -qt-imgfmt-png -tablet -system-libmng
> -system-libpng -xft -platform linux-g++ -xplatform linux-g++ -xrender
> -prefix /usr/qt/3 -libdir /usr/qt/3/lib64 -fast -no-sql-odbc
> -L/usr/lib64 -no-nis -no-sql-mysql -no-sql-psql -no-sql-ibase
> -no-sql-sqlite -no-cups -disable-opengl -release -no-g++-exceptions
> -no-xinerama -system-zlib -qt-gif -ipv6 -dlopen-opengl

Looks to me that these header files were part of the original qt3 but were only in a directory called 3rdparty. With Trinity they all still exist in the same 3rdparty directory but are now sym linked to the copy in the 3rdparty directory. Looks like those sym links have existed in Trinity since the initial import.

Tim will have answer that question.

There are some open bug tracker items against kopete jabber. Regarding your specific error, there is a hash.h in the tdenetwork sources:


Perhaps test a patch by changing all occurrences of #include "hash.h" to #include "xmpp-core/hash.h"?