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[Octave-bug-tracker] [bug #41236] Configure fails to find Qt frameworks

From: Michael C. Grant
Subject: [Octave-bug-tracker] [bug #41236] Configure fails to find Qt frameworks if not installed in system locations (patch provided)
Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2014 15:12:30 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #3, bug #41236 (project octave):

Even if we agree this is the right patch, hold off---I had to learn the ins
and outs of M4 quadrigraphs here to get this to parse right with autoconf. A
new patch is forthcoming.

To answer your question: I considered that, of course. But it would still
require that I perform the same kind of splitting that I'm doing here. The
result, it seems to me, would be would look something like this:

    QT_LDFLAGS="`$PKG_CONFIG --libs-only-L QtCore QtGui QtNetwork`"
    QT_LIBS="`$PKG_CONFIG --libs-only-l QtCore QtGui QtNetwork`"
    case $host_os in
      QT_LDFLAGS+=" `$PKG_CONFIG --libs-only-other QtCore QtGui QtNetwork | tr
' ' 'n' | grep -e '-@<:@FL@:>@' | uniq | sed 'address@hidden@-Wl,-F@' | tr 'n' 
' '`"
      QT_LIBS+=" `$PKG_CONFIG --libs-only-other QtCore QtGui QtNetwork | tr '
' 'n' | grep -v -e '-@<:@FL@:>@' | uniq | tr 'n' ' '`"

(I just did this off the top of my head; I didn't actually test it.) Seems to
me it doesn't matter either way.


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