[Interest] [SOLVED] Re: Compiling Programs with C++11 with Qt5, which was compiled without C++11 flag. Possible?
Scott Aron Bloom
scott.bloom at onshorecs.com
Thu Aug 15 18:34:47 CEST 2013
And I was taught... int ii in for loops :)
From: interest-bounces+scott.bloom=onshorecs.com at qt-project.org [mailto:interest-bounces+scott.bloom=onshorecs.com at qt-project.org] On Behalf Of Joseph Crowell
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Subject: Re: [Interest] [SOLVED] Re: Compiling Programs with C++11 with Qt5, which was compiled without C++11 flag. Possible?
One of the reasons that I avoid single letter variable names like the plague. (except int i; in for loops) :D
On 8/15/2013 6:15 PM, Guido Seifert wrote:
> You are great. On the spot with your error analysis. (This is a
> general response to all, who helped brainstorming) :-) I just found this on SO:
>> Yay, someone (JKSH) found what the problem was on Qt Project forums (here).
>> In short: The problem was that I had written somewhere #define I
>> complex(0.0, 1.0), which created a name clash in qobjectdefs_impl.h
>> (where complex was a typedef for std::complex<double>). For some
>> (weird) reason that didn’t cause any problems as long as I didn’t write CONFIG = c+11 in the pro file, but not it did after writing it.
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