[Releasing] Platform and Compiler configurations for Qt 5.0 beta release

Stephen Chu stephen at ju-ju.com
Fri May 4 15:03:53 CEST 2012

On 5/4/12 5:11 AM, marius.storm-olsen at nokia.com wrote:
> On 5/4/12 10:42 AM, "ext Donald Carr"<sirspudd at gmail.com>  wrote:
>> On Thu, May 3, 2012 at 11:41 PM,<kai.koehne at nokia.com>  wrote:
>>>> Just FYI. I can't get Qt 5 pulled from current git to build with MinGW
>>>> 4.6.
>>>> Phonon is trying to include dsound.h which is not available. Then
>>>> JSBackend is
>>>> trying to include private/v8.h which is nowhere to be found either.
>>>> Maybe I
>>>> just caught it in the middle of changes?
>>> When errors like the latter happens to me, it's usually because I've
>>> the wrong qmake in the path.
>>> Other things to check
>>> - did you run configure from top level at least once?
>>> - are you trying to do a shadow build ? Is your source directory clean?
>> Amen.
>> .qmake.cache would have a hard time being more evil and insidious.
>> Never flush a Qt build out of a directory, nuke the whole directory
>>from orbit.
> Just do this:
>      git config --global alias.superclean "submodule foreach --recursive
> 'git clean -dffx'&&  git clean -dffx"
> and then call it simply with
>      git superclean
> Done! Fresh and clean directory, ready for your next build.

It's a brand new clone from git. And there's no other Qt install in the 
paths. I will clean it up and try again. Thanks.

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