|Bill Allombert on Sun, 18 May 2003 16:12:41 +0200|
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On Thu, May 15, 2003 at 04:41:21PM +0200, Karim BELABAS wrote: > Nils Skoruppa [pari-dev-2701] wrote: > > if someone would like to try plotQt.c, an alternative to plotX.c, > > plotgnuplot.c and in particular to plotnull.c, which uses Trolltech's Qt > > lib, you can download the file at > > http://wotan.algebra.math.uni-siegen.de/~countnumber/zaurus/ > > Hi, > > I've committed the above and a preliminary integration in > Configure to CVS. Use > > Configure --graphic=qt, > or > Configure --with-qt, > or > Configure --with-qt=QTDIR, > > It seems to work flawlessly under Linux. Well, I have extended get_Qt to try harder. It works fine on Debian GNU/Linux ia64. On x86, it works with both QT2 and QT3, but not with QTE (Qt embedded). There is a bug though: Typing Control-C after the first window is open triggers a SEGV and freezes the window. > Configure glitches: > * should link with g++, not $(LD) > > * should actually try to find a C++ compiler (g++ currently hardwired in > Makefile, easy to change by hand though) > > I don't really want to add Configure support for different C++ compilers > than g++ (shared library creation is already a nightmare, I don't want to > introduce yet another layer of complexity). Especially that other C++ compilers may fails to work properly due to C++ compatibility issues. If you provide a way to handle C++ file, I will add NTL support. Cheers, Bill.