Author Topic: Qt & VC++ sub-directories  (Read 3574 times)

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Qt & VC++ sub-directories
« on: July 13, 2005, 10:19:44 pm »
I just downloaded CB (1.0 finalbeta) windows version and looks great!   I need to download/compile wxwidgets and CB for my HP-UX system too.

With Qt and VC++, it creates a debug and a release sub-directory, which keeps the debug object code and executable seperate from the released version.  I couldn't find anything in the project options to set this up, is there a way?  If not, it's a suggestion...

Need to download martin's Qt template, currently I just select console and custom Makefile and use the example Makefile to compile the code.

Thanks.

Craig.

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« Reply #1 on: July 13, 2005, 10:40:35 pm »
Craig: To make the release version run, go to the "src" directory and run the batch file "update". Then the release version in the "output" subdirectory will be able to run correctly.

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« Reply #2 on: July 14, 2005, 12:14:31 am »
Rick: Sorry, I need to clarify;  I think you are talking about compiling CB, however I'm refering to a project built within CB.  In VC++6 when you create a new project, it creates two sub-dirs (one for debuging and one for release version).  In Qt, you create a Makefile.debug and Makefile.release along with the two sub-dirs for the project.....  

Thanks,
Craig.

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« Reply #3 on: July 14, 2005, 01:01:01 am »
Oh. Hmmmm... I had never tried to do that. In fact, the only project I've been working in C::B is C::B itself :P so I couldn't tell.

er, that was me, forgot to log on. (Rick)