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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] kconfig qconf: port to QT4
    On Monday 07 June 2010, Alexander Stein wrote:
    >Hello Michal,
    >Am Montag 07 Juni 2010, 14:45:48 schrieb Michal Marek:
    >> I've only very little experience with Qt 3 or 4. The patch basically
    >> changes most QSomeClass to Q3SomeClass, which is the Qt3-compatible
    >> wrapper around QSomeClass. Now is it possible to still support Qt3? E.g.
    >> have a header file that #defines Q3SomeClass back to QSomeClass and does
    >> similar with the Qt headers, would that be possible? I know that Qt4 has
    >> be there for five years already, but if the cost of keeping support for
    >> old userspace is not too hight, I would try it.
    >I never thought about qt3 compatibility but It seems to me that renaming
    > the qt3 compat classes and revert the header file name changes should
    > suffice to compile against qt3 again. But then somebody else has to do
    > the makefile magic to support both versions. Also which version should be
    > prefered if both are available?
    >> BTW, after applying your patch, make xconfig starts ok, but clicking in
    >> the main menu does nothing, and if I close the close button, it does not
    >> exit, but stops reacting to any input (but it still handles window
    >> resize). The qt3 version would display the "Save changes?" dialog here.
    >I can click in the window around and closing the window using the X button
    >asks me about saving the changes. Which QT version do you use actually?
    >Best regards

    Re-enabling kconfig for gt4 only distros like mdv, would be hugely
    appreciated Alexander. I have never been comfy with menuconfig, which is
    forced now.

    So thanks for anything you can do about making both gconfig and kconfig
    work, as neither does on mdv-2010-x86-64.

    Cheers, Gene
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