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On Tue, 24 Jan 2012 18:45:27 GMT, maurizio wrote: > Digging more, I see that part of the problem is in qt itself: > > more $QTDIR/include/QtCore/qt_windows.h gives just one line: > #include "../../src/corelib/global/qt_windows.h" > > That's definitely a mistake because QT doesn't install a "src" directory.
That's certainly a Qt issue - and looks like a Qt in-source build issue because that's a forwarding header and I think, though it's a long time since I had call to do it, you can build Qt4 in-source.
> However trying to include anything from QTDIR/include should be avoided > since the frameworks seems like the way to go: > > $QTDIR/lib/QtCore.framework/Headers > > for example.
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