[Qt-creator] ANN: Another emacs keys plugin

nsf no.smile.face at gmail.com
Mon Mar 3 05:58:58 CET 2014

On Sun, 2 Mar 2014 23:51:48 -0500
Eric Feigenson <eric at feigenson.net> wrote:

> Hi nsf...
> I think there's a bug in your emacskeys.pro file.
> There are two lines:
> and
> which I think should be:
> and
> In their original form, if I try to set QTC_BUILD or QTC_SOURCE to correspond to my local directory trees, they're not seen in those assignment statements.
> I'm also having some build errors, and I'll get back to you if I work those out.
> Thanks!
> -Eric

Hi. Well, it was created using the Qt Creator templates (i.e. File ->
New File or Project -> Libraries -> Qt Creator Plugin). So, maybe it's
a bug there. Parts you're talking about were generated by it, I haven't
really touched it. As for build errors - have no idea what it could be.
In any case there is a Change uploaded to the gerrit, you may want
to try it as well: https://codereview.qt-project.org/79598

In the Change there are no QTC_SOURCE and all that stuff, it's
integrated into the Qt Creator build system. Perhaps it will work
better (or at all).

I'm building it on a bleeding edge system (latest Qt 5 versions) using
the most recent Qt Creator git version, maybe that's the reason why it
doesn't work for you. Syntax changes in the qmake? Don't know.

Well, I really hope it'll end up being integrated, otherwise I can only
offer doing binary builds as I said. But I must say it's not that easy
due to all the linker versioning in glibc/libstdc++ mainly. But I'll
set up the VM with ubuntu or something and do the right thing. It'll
take some time though.

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