QtSvg not built
I'm trying to build a moderately lightweight Qt library from source, and the following set of configuration options almost works for me:
@configure -opensource -debug-and-release -c++11 -no-compile-examples -opengl desktop -no-openssl -no-icu -no-iconv -nomake examples -nomake tests -qt-zlib -prefix C:\Qt\5.1.1\x86_64@
I say 'almost' because the one module that's missing appears to be QtSvg.
Qt4 had an explicit -svg option to ensure that the corresponding module was built, but Qt5 does not appear to have this - or at least, there's no mention of SVG in the output of 'configure -help'.
So, what do I need to do to ensure QtSVG is built?
Good question I can't answer right away, but you can try to build it by hand. You can call qmake then make in the qtsvg folder
Thank you, yes, that worked: once my main compilation had finished, I just moved to src\qtsvg and typed 'qmake' then 'nmake' and a few minutes later I had my missing DLL.
It still seems very unsatisfactory though; I still have the feeling that I've missed something that should be obvious...
If you have time you can try to rebuild adding your options one by one, to see which one poses problem
I've actually done quite a lot of that already - certainly disabling the options which cause sections such as icu and iconv not to be compiled - but nothing I've tried so far has worked. There are of course hundreds of possible permutations and combinations, and I can't work through all of them.
Indeed, but I was just thinking about the options you used that disables things like -no-iconv/-no-icu (AFAIK icu should not influence QtSvg)