On 31/03/10 15:30, Ashley Sheridan wrote:
On Wed, 2010-03-31 at 15:30 +0100, Pete Ford wrote:
I have a web project built in PHP which we want to break out part of into
a stand-alone GUI program. The architecture is fine - display nicely
separated from logic, so coding is not a problem. What I can't work out is
what to use for the GUI part. I looked at phpqt but I can't (yet) get that
to build on my Linux dev system, let alone code an interface with it. I was
also looking a PHP-GTK2, but I'm not sure how cross-platform it would be -
this should run on Windows and Macs as well as Linux...
Anyone made a GUI PHP application like this, with one of the major
I think as far as compatibility goes, QT is your best bet. What is preventing
you from getting that build onto your dev system?
Thanks, Ash http://www.ashleysheridan.co.uk
Not all down to the beer.
I unpacked the php-qt-0.9.tar.gz and made a build directory in there, ran cmake
(which seemed to go OK), but make fails at
[ 8%] Building CXX object smoke/qt/CMakeFiles/smokeqt.dir/x_2.o
with a bunch of errors like
/home/pete/phpqt/build/smoke/qt/x_2.cpp: In static member function ‘static void
/home/pete/phpqt/build/smoke/qt/x_2.cpp:167: error: cannot allocate an object of
abstract type ‘x_QAccessibleBridgeFactoryInterface’
/home/pete/phpqt/build/smoke/qt/x_2.cpp:163: note: because the following
virtual functions are pure within ‘x_QAccessibleBridgeFactoryInterface’:
/usr/include/QtCore/qfactoryinterface.h:53: note: virtual QStringList
I'm building on an OpenSuSE 11.1 system, but looking around it seems that Fedora
12 has a php-qt package, so I'm putting together a VM to try it on there...
If you have any light to shed, then let me know. The php-qt mailing list seems a
bit empty at the moment...
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