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Ketan Shah last edited by
I am developing an Application that make use of QtNetwork and QSsl on CentOS 5.8-64 bit.
I have compiled Qt with default parameters, now when i run my Application I get the following errors,
@test.h:39: error: ISO C++ forbids declaration of 'QSslSocket' with no type
test.h:39: error: expected ';' before '*' token
client.h:35: error: 'QSslCertificate' does not name a type
client.h:36: error: 'QSslKey' does not name a type
main.cpp:35: error: 'QSslCertificate' does not name a type
main.cpp:36: error: 'QSslKey' does not name a type@
I think I have not included the openssl support for Qt. So should I again compile Qt with openssl support?
or is there any workaround, so that I can provide openssl support to my Application.
Thanks in advance.
AcerExtensa last edited by
Recompile your Qt with -openssl or -openssl-linked and check configuration output if it has found needed headers/libs and openssl is activated.