Can't build sub-src on win in latest 4.7-stable pull



  • I don't want to build the whole wide world - I'd like to be able to use it before the next release.

    I used to be able to configure and then 'nmake sub-src'.

    Now, that doesn't seem to work. How do I just make the Qt libs, now?

    Looks like something called QT_BUILD_PARTS has to be set somewhere?



  • ok, I'm guessing that I need to invoke configure as follows:

    configure QT_BUILD_PARTS="tools libs docs" <other flags>

    if those are the only things I want. Is that correct?



  • I leave out the stuff this way:

    @
    configure -nomake "tools examples demos docs translations" .. other options
    @



  • ok. I'll give it a try. Does that work on win, too?



  • Ok, -nomake has traditionally not worked on windows. Has something changed and it is working, now? It doesn't seem to...

    I find that if I start the build (after configure), let it proceed a little ways and then kill it, I can then do 'nmake sub-src' like before.

    Sure wish they'd make this easier - at least consistent.



  • Hi ,
    I have the same problem .
    My windows is 64 bit . I am trying to install qt-everywhere-opensource-src-4.8.3 but it doesn't work.
    I opened a comand promt in visual studio 2010 and type the qt folder after being in root i typed
    configure.exe
    and then

    nmake sub-src

    after passing many time it falls on a circle with warning .
    It is a big bug !
    please help me if you know what should I do ?

    Thanks in advance



  • Hi ,
    I have the same problem .
    My windows is 64 bit . I am trying to install qt-everywhere-opensource-src-4.8.3 but it doesn't work.
    I opened a comand promt in visual studio 2010 and type the qt folder after being in root i typed
    configure.exe
    and then

    nmake sub-src

    after passing many time it falls on a circle with warning .
    please help me if you know what should I do ?

    Thanks in advance


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