View Full Version : removing -lQt3Support from makefile (greenphone)

17th June 2007, 12:53

I'm porting my Qt3 based app to Qt4. First I used the Qt3Support lib, but now I have removed all Qt3 references. It should be a clean Qt4 app now.

However, I can't seem to get rid of the Qt3 library in the greenphone SDK. It keeps appearing in Makefile.target as

LIBS = $(SUBLIBS) -L/opt/Qtopia/SDK/4.1.7/x86/qtopiacore/target/lib -L../ -L/opt/Qtopia/SDK/4.1.7/x86/lib -L/opt/Qtopia/SDK/4.1.7/x86/qtopiacore/target/lib -L../ -ljardsui -ljardsbase -lqtopia -lQt3Support_debug -lQtSql_debug -lQtXml_debug -lQtGui_debug -lQtNetwork_debug -lQtCore_debug -lm -lpthread -ldl -lqtopiail

The .pro file looks contains:

QT = core gui xml

There has to be a reference to Qt3Support somewhere, but I don't know where else to look.

I'd appreciate any help, and of course I'll post relevant files if needed.

18th June 2007, 17:01
Maybe in something that is included into the .pro file? Try removing the support module explicitely in the last line of your .pro file and see what happens.