[Interest] memory fragmentation?
yuvraaj at gmail.com
Tue Aug 21 00:12:08 CEST 2012
Can you post the error you hit?
I've been compiling Qt on x86 and x86_64 for Windows and Ubuntu,
static and dynamic since 4.6.x, through to 4.8.1
1. Get the latest Qt tarball/zip from the ftp site. Get the latest
openssl tarball. Extract both.
2. Compile openssl with nasm, point its output dirs to $QTDIR/lib
3. For static compile only: Update the windows mkspecs with -MTd
instead of -MDd.
4. For Windows, configure Qt with "configure.exe -opensource -openssl"
It has worked pretty consistently for me.
On Mon, Aug 20, 2012 at 2:39 PM, Scott Aron Bloom
<Scott.Bloom at onshorecs.com> wrote:
> Ok.. Call me taught.. but I can tell you, last time I tried, it didn't compile in 64 bit mode.
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> On segunda-feira, 20 de agosto de 2012 10.07.20, Scott Aron Bloom wrote:
>> Really? Sorry but where can I find a win64-msvc2008 mkspecs file??
>> If it exists, Im stumped...
> It's called win32-msvc2008.
> "win32" doesn't stand for the number of bits, it stands for the Win32 API.
> That is not changed in 64-bit mode.
> Simply select your MSVC 2008's 64-bit mode and Qt will compile in 64-bit.
> That's how it has been for... oh, 7 years?
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