No large file support on windows??



  • Hello all,

    I tried to Google but I couldn't find an answer.
    When I configure Qt 4.8.3 on windows xp 32-bit sp3 with MinGW, I get the following output:

    @Configuration:
    minimal-config
    small-config
    medium-config
    large-config
    full-config
    release
    Qt Configuration:
    release
    zlib
    gif
    tiff
    jpeg
    png
    mng
    s60
    ipv6
    native-gestures
    svg
    concurrent
    minimal-config
    small-config
    medium-config
    large-config
    full-config

    QMAKESPEC...................win32-g++ (env)
    Architecture................windows
    Maketool....................mingw32-make
    Debug symbols...............no
    Link Time Code Generation...no
    Accessibility support.......no
    STL support.................no
    Exception support...........no
    RTTI support................yes
    MMX support.................yes
    3DNOW support...............yes
    SSE support.................yes
    SSE2 support................yes
    IWMMXT support..............no
    NEON support................no
    OpenGL support..............no
    OpenVG support..............no
    OpenSSL support.............no
    QtDBus support..............no
    QtXmlPatterns support.......no
    Phonon support..............no
    QtMultimedia support........no
    Large File support..........no
    NIS support.................no
    Iconv support...............
    WebKit support..............no
    Declarative support.........no
    QtScript support............no
    QtScriptTools support.......no
    Graphics System.............raster
    Qt3 compatibility...........no
    DirectWrite support.........no

    Third Party Libraries:
    ZLIB support............qt
    GIF support.............yes
    TIFF support............yes
    JPEG support............yes
    PNG support.............yes
    MNG support.............yes
    FreeType support........no

    Styles:
    Windows.................yes
    Windows XP..............yes
    Windows Vista...........yes
    Plastique...............yes
    Cleanlooks..............yes
    Motif...................yes
    CDE.....................yes
    Windows CE..............no
    Windows Mobile..........no
    S60.....................no

    Sql Drivers:
    ODBC....................no
    MySQL...................no
    OCI.....................no
    PostgreSQL..............no
    TDS.....................no
    DB2.....................no
    SQLite..................yes (qt)
    SQLite2.................no
    InterBase...............no

    Sources are in..............C:\Qt\4.8.3
    Build is done in............C:\Qt\4.8.3
    Install prefix..............C:\Qt\4.8.3
    Headers installed to........C:/Qt/4.8.3/include
    Libraries installed to......C:/Qt/4.8.3/lib
    Plugins installed to........C:/Qt/4.8.3/plugins
    Imports installed to........C:/Qt/4.8.3/imports
    Binaries installed to.......C:/Qt/4.8.3/bin
    Docs installed to...........C:/Qt/4.8.3/doc
    Data installed to...........C:/Qt/4.8.3
    Translations installed to...C:/Qt/4.8.3/translations
    Examples installed to.......C:/Qt/4.8.3/examples
    Demos installed to..........C:/Qt/4.8.3/demos

    WARNING: Using static linking will disable the use of plugins.
    Make sure you compile ALL needed modules into the library.
    Creating qmake...@

    Note that it says "Large file support ...... no"

    How do I get large file support?

    My configure parameters are:

    configure -release -static -fast -opensource -no-exceptions -no-accessibility -no-stl -no-qt3support -no-xmlpatterns -no-dbus -no-multimedia -no-audio-backend -no-phonon -no-phonon-backend -no-webkit -no-script -no-scripttools -no-declarative -no-declarative-debug -qt-zlib -qt-libtiff -qt-libpng -qt-libmng -qt-libjpeg -no-openssl -no-opengl -no-openvg -nomake demos -nomake examples -nomake tools -no-dsp -no-vcproj -no-incredibuild-xge -no-plugin-manifests

    Thanks,

    Trino


  • Moderators

    What's your filesystem? You need NTFS to support large files; FAT32 can't handle them.


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