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Linking with ICC to a Qt built with Gcc?
bartoli last edited by
I have been using a Qt4.8.2 compiled with gcc, to link in an applicaton built with icc (on a linux x86_64)
Now that i have switched to 4.8.5, when i build my app with icc, i get the following errors :
error: taking the address of a bit field is not allowed
This is on the three Q_UNUSED() lines of ifYouGetCompileErrorHereYouUseWrongQt() of include/QTest/qtestspontaneevent.h
But those three lines, are new in the function, so i guess my error is not related to the function name?
(They were apparently added there : http://qt.gitorious.org/qt/qt/commit/4326cff0ada1e1bd9265ff11a035ae21314471f0)
I'm only at the compilation, and not the linkage phase, so this shouldn't be an icc/gcc conflict, right?
Can i safely remove those lines to build my app, considering it's only a wartning, that is notified by a compiler i won't use (Clang according to the commit)
Or any other hints to solves this the proper way?
Did you build Qt yourself ? If so, why not build it directly with icc ?
As for your question, you should try to ask on the interest mailing list, you'll find Qt's developers/maintainers (this forum is more user oriented)