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calande:
I wanted to compile Code::Blocks under PC-BSD, but it seems that I can only use the wxGtk bindings, whereas PC-BSD uses Qt. What could I do?
http://wiki.codeblocks.org/index.php?title=Compiling_Code::Blocks_in_FreeBSD

Thanks,

sethjackson:
There is no wxQT port you need to install GTK+, and wxGtk.

pkg_add -r gtk2

calande:
Thanks. I won't mix Code::Block with PC-BSD then. I'll use WindowsXP or Ubuntu with Code::Blocks, and when using PC-BSD, I'll use Kdevelop :)

sethjackson:

--- Quote from: calande on April 16, 2006, 11:30:56 pm ---Thanks. I won't mix Code::Block with PC-BSD then. I'll use WindowsXP or Ubuntu with Code::Blocks, and when using PC-BSD, I'll use Kdevelop :)

--- End quote ---

Why not use Code::Blocks on PC-BSD? Having GTK on your system won't kill you.  :lol:

takeshi miya:

--- Quote from: calande on April 16, 2006, 11:30:56 pm ---Thanks. I won't mix Code::Block with PC-BSD then. I'll use WindowsXP or Ubuntu with Code::Blocks, and when using PC-BSD, I'll use Kdevelop :)

--- End quote ---
Open your mind, close the next. Install GTK-QT.

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