On 2016.10.16 12:08, Thomas Baumgart wrote:
Won't be able to check for a while, but that does sound like a good
thing to check. However, while I can probably fix that in ccmake and
then hopefully get a good set of config files to run make, I still
wonder what would be pulling in the wrong version.
On Saturday 15 October 2016 16:14:00 Jack Ostroff wrote:
> I think this is at least part of my problem trying to build from 4.8
> branch on both my home Gentoo system and a VirtualBox Kubuntu
> know I have enough of qt5 installed, as I have successfully compiled
> from git head. I'm pretty sure I have enough of qt4 installed, but
> seems that the qt5 stuff is found in preference to the qt4. I got
> cmake to complete successfully by first doing EXPORT QT_SELECT=4.
> However, when I then do "make" it fails with a complaint about a moc
> file being compiled with 5.6.1. when it should be 4.8.7. I'm hoping
> there is some other environment variable I should set before doing
> cmake, or perhaps something I can add to one of the CMake files.
Check for the QT_MOC_EXECUTABLE setting in ccmake (you may have to
(toggle) to see it).
Playing a bunch more, I am now sure it is related to some problem while
running cmake. Setting 'export QT_SELECT=4' before running cmake made
things much better, but something is still pulling in a few qt5
pieces. Something Alan sent me made me look and think it might have
been because alkimia was compiled with qt5, but I'm no longer sure
about that. I have three entries in CMakeCache.txt pointing explicitly
to qt5 instead of qt4, but I have not been able to figure out where
they get pulled in. It may be a few days before I have more time to
spend on this, unfortunately.