Przemysław Żydak | 4 Jan 14:10 2007
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Instalation problem

Hello,

I am writing a small program that I need for my work at university using Qt
and KDevelop under Linux. I am not a great specialist about C++, Qt and
KDevelop but good enough to do what I need. 
I looked on the net for a plot widget and I found Qtw. I have downloaded
that and tried to install it according to instructions in INSTALL file. The
installation process did not cause any error so I hoped to find the new
widgets in QtDisigner, but I don't. What could be the reason? Or mayby I
won't find it and I have to write the code to use Qtw without using
QtDesigner???

Przemek

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Jose Thadeu Cavalcante | 4 Jan 14:58 2007
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Re: Instalation problem

Hi,
In my case liqwt_designer_plugin.so and libqwtplugin.so were installed in the 
Qt directory, corresponding to Qt4.1, so I need to copy the libraries to the 
equivalent Qt4.2 directory. After this Qwt is showed by Designer.
Thadeu
On Thursday 04 January 2007 11:10, Przemysław Żydak wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I am writing a small program that I need for my work at university using Qt
> and KDevelop under Linux. I am not a great specialist about C++, Qt and
> KDevelop but good enough to do what I need.
> I looked on the net for a plot widget and I found Qtw. I have downloaded
> that and tried to install it according to instructions in INSTALL file. The
> installation process did not cause any error so I hoped to find the new
> widgets in QtDisigner, but I don't. What could be the reason? Or mayby I
> won't find it and I have to write the code to use Qtw without using
> QtDesigner???
>
> Przemek
>
>
>
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Uwe Rathmann | 10 Jan 00:19 2007
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Qwt/Windows tests needed

Hi all,

I have moved the Qwt source tree from CVS to SVN. 
It can be checked out using the following command: 
"svn co https://qwt.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/qwt/trunk/qwt"

I used this opportunity to reorganize the Qwt directory tree and the structure 
of the qmake project files. 

Now I´m going to release Qwt-5.0.0-rc2 (including a serious bugfix for 
Windows), but need someone to check if it works on Windows/MSVC, 
Windows/MinGW and on the Mac.

I have uploaded tarballs from today here: 
http://qwt.sourceforge.net/snapshots .

Please read the INSTALL file and check the tarball on the platforms above 
(does admin/msvc-qmake.bat work ? ) and let me know, what needs to be 
changed/improved.

Thank you,
Uwe

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Cypher | 10 Jan 08:35 2007
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Re: Qwt/Windows tests needed

Hi,
I can test the new version with Qt commercial and VS 2k5 under Windows XP / 2k
if you want.

Greets Phil

On 1/10/07, Uwe Rathmann <Uwe.Rathmann <at> tigertal.de> wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I have moved the Qwt source tree from CVS to SVN.
> It can be checked out using the following command:
> "svn co https://qwt.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/qwt/trunk/qwt"
>
> I used this opportunity to reorganize the Qwt directory tree and the structure
> of the qmake project files.
>
> Now I´m going to release Qwt-5.0.0-rc2 (including a serious bugfix for
> Windows), but need someone to check if it works on Windows/MSVC,
> Windows/MinGW and on the Mac.
>
> I have uploaded tarballs from today here:
> http://qwt.sourceforge.net/snapshots .
>
> Please read the INSTALL file and check the tarball on the platforms above
> (does admin/msvc-qmake.bat work ? ) and let me know, what needs to be
> changed/improved.
>
> Thank you,
> Uwe
>
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Uwe Rathmann | 10 Jan 08:56 2007
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Re: Qwt/Windows tests needed

Hi Phil,

> I can test the new version with Qt commercial and VS 2k5 under Windows XP /
> 2k if you want.

Please do it. 

I have added install directives for make based build environments. What is the 
counterpart of "make install", when using Visual Studio ?

Uwe

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Bernhard Lang | 10 Jan 09:09 2007
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Re: Qwt/Windows tests needed

Hi Uwe

I've scheduled a time slot for the qwt_plot configuration editor in 
about 10 days. Then I could also check Win-MinGW and Mac.

regards
Bernhard

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Cypher | 10 Jan 09:16 2007
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Re: Qwt/Windows tests needed

> I have added install directives for make based build environments. What is the
> counterpart of "make install", when using Visual Studio ?

Well I usually just do a qmake and then nmake in the qwt dir from the
Visual Studio command console. Or open the *.pro file in Visual Studio
with the Qt vs addin and build in vs if i need debugging. Tell me the
Qt major/minor versions you want me to check the build with.

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Uwe Rathmann | 10 Jan 09:31 2007
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Re: Qwt/Windows tests needed

Hi Phil,

> Well I usually just do a qmake and then nmake in the qwt dir from the
> Visual Studio command console. Or open the *.pro file in Visual Studio
> with the Qt vs addin and build in vs if i need debugging. Tell me the
> Qt major/minor versions you want me to check the build with.

Any Qt 4.2.x and Qt 3.3.x are ok.

I don't expect any problems with the code, as it is already tested well in by 
previous Qwt snapshots, and AFAIK qmake didn't change.

If you have a commercial license, please check the Qwt MathML extension. 
Unfortunately there is no example using it, but all you need to do is pass a 
MathML expression instead of a plain text f.e to QwtPlot::setTitle.

Uwe

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Uwe Rathmann | 10 Jan 09:40 2007
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Re: Qwt/Windows tests needed

Hi Bernhard,

> I've scheduled a time slot for the qwt_plot configuration editor in
> about 10 days. 

Great, the user of the designer will love it.

> Then I could also check Win-MinGW and Mac. 

All what is needed, is to do a:

edit qwtconfig.pri
qmake
make
make install

If you have access to these platforms, this shouldn't take much time. Maybe 
you can do this earlier ? I woud like to release asap.

Uwe

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Bernhard Lang | 10 Jan 12:23 2007
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Re: Qwt/Windows tests needed

Hi Uwe

> All what is needed, is to do a:
>
> edit qwtconfig.pri
> qmake
> make
> make install
>
> If you have access to these platforms, this shouldn't take much time. 
> Maybe
> you can do this earlier ? I woud like to release asap.

Is there the risk of breaking any existing installation? That's what 
I'm afraid of. I'm under a deadline for nexe wed. and until then I 
won't have time to repair a broken installation.

bernhard

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