[Paraview] ParaView and QT
themiwi at gmail.com
Mon Jun 2 05:05:19 EDT 2008
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Or, as you're using Debian, you can use pinning to prevent apt from
updating Qt. See e.g.  or ask google.
I would hate a bundled Qt because it is a large beast and if everybody
starts doing it we end up in Windows-Land where every program comes
with the full set of libraries it depends on, cluttering the system
until it's so broken only a clean install can solve the problems...
On 1Jun, 2008, at 2:42, Berk Geveci wrote:
> It is not easy to keep up with Trolltech guys, they keep busy :-) I
> recommend downloading your own version of Qt, building it and
> installing it somewhere out of the system path (I use /opt/qt-4.X.X).
> We will start supporting Qt 4.4 after we release 3.4.
> Also, it sounds like the problem you are running into is with CMake
> parsing the output of qmake. Did you test with cvs CMake?
> On Sat, May 31, 2008 at 8:29 PM, Andrew Maclean
> <andrew.amaclean at gmail.com> wrote:
>> This is really frustrating as my debian machines all upgraded to QT
>> 4.4 a few weeks ago so the ParaView builds are now broken. Even
>> editing the CMakeLists.txt files does not work.
>> Why is it that everytime Trolltech changes QT it seems to require a
>> major amount of work?
>> If it is not possible to keep up with the changes coming through from
>> TrollTech, is it possible to do what you used to do with the older
>> version of ParaView and have a special version of QT that is bundled
>> with it?
>> You say ParaView only works with a particular version of QT so why
>> bundle it?
>> Sorry if I sound cranky - I am getting frustrated!
>> Andrew J. P. Maclean
>> Centre for Autonomous Systems
>> The Rose Street Building J04
>> The University of Sydney 2006 NSW
>> Ph: +61 2 9351 3283
>> Fax: +61 2 9351 7474
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