Daniel de Kok wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 21, 2008 at 12:55 PM, Robert Hairgrove
> <evorgriahr@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Does QtCreator actually work with any Qt 4.x as stated? I have Qt 4.4.3
>> installed on Ubuntu Linux (7.04 Feisty Fawn). After qmake runs, I get
>> the following errors from make:
> I haven't tried the latest Linux version yet, but I can confirm that
> Qt Creator works on OS X with Qt 4.4.3.
> Take care,
Did you install just the binary version, or did you compile it yourself?
In the meantime, I found out that QSharedPointer wasn't added until
version 4.5, so I suppose I will need both betas in order to build my own.
For a long time, Qt supported a lot of older compilers which had trouble
with the C++ standard template library. Now that support for these old
compilers is being phased out, and the STL is mature now and supported
by all the major vendors, I wonder why there is a need for
QSharedPointer when there is already a very nice one in the Boost library?
There are a lot of these substitute classes in the Qt library ... QList,
QByteArray, etc. QString offers a lot more comfort than std::string,
IMHO, and therefore has added value. But it would be nice if more of the
STL were incorporated into Qt and not need those "do-it-yourself"
classes any more (just IMHO :) ).
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