[Interest] Roadmap for Qt Widget Styles. WindowsVista? Fusion? Other?
philw at indra.com
Thu Oct 27 20:32:23 CEST 2016
I may have misunderstood. I thought that I could use the webkit and
webkitwidgets components which had built with Qt 5.5.1 (actually move
them into ...) a build of Qt 5.6.2.
But I'm getting the following error when I run the Qt 5.6.2 qmake.exe on
our application *.pro files:
* Project ERROR: Unknown module(s) in QT: webkit webkitwidgets
Can those modules be added to "qmake.exe" after the Qt 5.6.2 configure
and build? (Like, are such modules enumerated in an associated text file?).
OR do I have to redo the Qt 5.6.2 configure and build with (somehow)
adding in the webkit and webkitwidgets modules from Qt 5.6.2. If so,
how do I get those modules into that configure and build?
(Note that we are still using VS 2010 SP1, on Windows 8.1, so I can't
use anything from Qt 5.7).
On 10/27/2016 12:56 AM, Phil Weinstein wrote:
> Thiago, thanks /so much/ for this clarity. Absolutely. We will be
> upgrading to VS 2015 soon after our upcoming major release. (Using VS
> 2010 at this point is, decidedly, nuts). (So was taking until now to
> finish our upgrade from Qt 4.8 to Qt 5-anything).
> I had noticed a note in Qt 5.7 indicating that VS 2012 or later is
> required. But no such note appeared with Qt 5.6.2. (That's building
> as we speak). It's encouraging to hear that you believe that 5.6.2
> should work (with VS 2010 SP1). (I think I'm understanding that
> On 10/26/2016 10:04 PM, Thiago Macieira wrote:
>> On quarta-feira, 26 de outubro de 2016 18:04:41 PDT Phil Weinstein wrote:
>>> Thiago, thanks for this response. (And Giuseppe and Konstantin too).
>>> I realize that it might be hard to be 100% confident in this, but DO YOU
>>> THINK that ...
>>> ... IF WE LEAVE OUT _QWebEngine_ from the Qt 5.7.0 (or Qt 5.6.2) source
>>> code build, we could build that with Visual Studio 2010 SP1 on Windows
>>> 8.1 ... AND use that with the Qt 5.5.1 QtWebKit we've already built?
>>> (using that same VS version, of course).
>> No, it won't compile. Don't waste your time with a 7-year-old compiler with
>> Qt 5.7.
>> If you think you need to use MSVC 2010, I urge you to revisit your
>> assumptions. Then revisit them again, because you're using a 7-year-old
>> compiler. If you're willing to upgrade Qt, why not your compiler?
>> And if at the end of that you still need MSVC 2010, then you'll have to stick
>> to Qt 5.6.
>>> (The crux of that question being ... _with_ Visual Studio 2010 SP1 on
>>> Windows 8.1. I'm imagining that the broad QWebEngine build is the thing
>>> that might require VS 2015, and maybe we could get away with VS 2010
>>> without that).
>> No, you won't even get qmake from Qt 5.7 compiled with MSVC 2010. You'll get
>> errors in the first .cpp being compiled.
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