Hi! If you want to discuss something, the forum is the right place. Choosing the "right" subforum is sometimes not so easy but if the topic moves in this or that direction we can always move the thread to another subforum, so just start it, maybe in "desktop and general", or in "brainstorm", or whatever you think fits best. If you have something you would like to share, like an explanation how this or that should work, and so on, don't hesitate to put in on the wiki :-)
BTW, the wiki has anti-spam measures in place. If you add or edit an article the changes have to be confirmed before they go public. If you made changes and it takes too long before someone confirms thems, feel free to tell me here via chat.
That is great to see an entry for the new Qt 5.7. However, can you please add back the correct entry for Q5t 5.6? This is the long-term-release so it should be on the main wiki page for couple more years, right?
What is the output of the configure summary for the first line ?
For your second configure line, again you pass the -qt-sql-sqlite so the driver is built-in. By the way, why not use that feature since you build Qt yourself anyway ? That's one less file you need to distribute.
I've been following the instructions for setting up Gerrit here and it seems like the page is slightly outdated.
You're right -- the instructions haven't been updated for over a year! I've updated the account setup instructions, but I need someone to check to make sure it's right. (I don't want to make a new account just to test this)
If I am not mistaken, the init repository script already configures the Gerrit git hooks described in the Local Setup section, so there is no need of doing this by hand. Or am I missing something here?
That could very well be the case. I'm not familiar with the internals of the script, so I can't edit that part.
I have the same Problem since yesterday afternoon. Well, that's the time frame I wanted to open a Wiki Link. I sent a Tweet to 'qtproject' at 11:26 AM (GMT+1), if they are aware of that Problem. Maybe I should have tweeted at 'digia' instead.