[Development] Installing Qt5Config.cmake from the Qt repo?

lars.knoll at nokia.com lars.knoll at nokia.com
Fri Oct 28 15:45:43 CEST 2011

On 10/28/11 3:26 PM, "ext Thiago Macieira" <thiago at kde.org> wrote:

>On Friday, 28 de October de 2011 14:21:23 Stephen Kelly wrote:
>> > Alternatively, let's be very clear: it's Qt5EssentialsConfig.cmake
>>and it
>> > includes NO other Qt addon. For those addons, they need to provide the
>> > Config files themselves.
>> Can you remind me where to find out what Qt5Essentials is or where I can
>> find out? Searching in http://wiki.qt-project.org/ isn't throwing up
>> anything. Is it roughly the contents of qtbase.git? Or does it include
>> qtdeclarative.git too?
>Qt 5 = Qt Essentials + Qt Addons
>Qt Essentials = QtCore, QtNetwork, QtGui, QtWebKit, QtDeclarative/Qt Quick
>	plus QtWidgets on desktop
>Technically speaking, in order to build those you're going to need some
>dependencies (QtSvg, QtXmlPatterns, V8), but they don't constitute part
>of the 
>required Essentials API, just as non-Qt dependencies don't either. It
>specifically excludes (for the moment) some libs inside qtbase.git that
>be moved out, like QtDBus, QtXml and QtSql.
>Everything else is part of the Addons, like QtSvg, QtXmlPatterns,
>QtMultimediaKit and all other new addons to be created by the community
>contributed from KDE or other sources.

That's not quite up to date.

The latest list can be found at http://developer.qt.nokia.com/wiki/Qt_5.0,
and I think Henry has been sending this link a couple of times to the
qt5-feedback list.


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