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> As noted in the Installation Guide (http://geant4.web.cern.ch/geant4/UserDocumentation/UsersGuides/InstallationGuide/html/ch01s03.html) > , we strongly recommend using the binaries provided by Nokia for Qt4 on > Mac. Geant4 uses Qt4 Frameworks if they are available.For unrelated reasons I need the 32 bit version of Qt4 on Snow Leopard so I have to compile qt4 from source.
> That's certainly a Qt issue - and looks like a Qt in-source build issue >
Yeah. So the pre-compiled libraries come with a src directory I guess? My impression (correct me if I'm wrong) is that qt4 developers are pushing for cocoa "frameworks"; perhaps in the future they'll stop supporting the includes in the src directory?
In any case it is not a big deal, as I just copy the src from the qt4 source to the install directory and everything works fine. Switching from the traditional src to frameworks is trivial.