[Interest] FLex / Bison and QT4 4.8.1 Win32 interaction
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Fri Jul 8 08:57:33 CEST 2016
08.07.2016, 03:02, "Fabio Giovagnini" <fabio.giovagnini at gmail.com>:
> Thanks Frank. So you suggest to build from the sources. I' try. Thanks again
You don't need to bother:
> Il 07/lug/2016 17:40, "K. Frank" <kfrank29.c at gmail.com> ha scritto:
>> Ciao Fabio!
>> On Thu, Jul 7, 2016 at 7:19 AM, Fabio Giovagnini <fab at gio.com> wrote:
>>> Ciao to all.
>>> I have an application linux native based on:
>>> 1) qt4 (4.8.1)
>>> 3) lex/bison
>>> Under Ubuntu 14.04 and prevoius everithing ok.
>>> Under Windows, I cannot find lex/bison support.
>>> I have to say that I installed only QT SDK (w/ MinGW support)
>>> Any suggestion will be really appreciated.
>> Windows does not come with built-in flex / bison support, nor
>> does mingw, nor (to the best of my knowledge) does Qt. (This
>> is true of a lot of unix-world libraries that are nearly universal
>> on various flavors of unix.)
>> I would expect (but don't know for a fact) that you could find a
>> third-party port of flex / bison to windows that you could then
>> use for your Qt / flex / bison project. In general, you would be
>> best off if you found a port built with the same compiler as your
>> Qt project (apparently mingw). One way to insure this would be
>> to build it yourself. If you're careful and know what your doing
>> you can sometimes get away with using c libraries compiled with
>> a different compiler (For example, the ms system calls were not
>> compile with mingw and you can call into those.), but it's likely to
>> be more bother trying to mix compilers than compiling something
>> like flex / bison yourself.
>> Happy Parsing!
>> K. Frank
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