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    • Neil Jerram's avatar
      qt - Enable support for Windows charsets · dfa22ae9
      Neil Jerram authored
      Without this change, emails (or email parts) with
      
      Content-Type: ...; charset=WINDOWS-...
      
      are displayed as though they're empty.  In Qt, charsets are known as
      codecs, and the support for WINDOWS-... charsets is in a file named
      qsimplecodec.cpp, but only compiled in if QT_NO_CODECS is not defined.
      
      Therefore, to get support for WINDOWS-... charsets, we modify
      qconfig-qpe.h so as not to define QT_NO_CODECS.
      dfa22ae9
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    • Radek Polak's avatar
      qt - cherry-picked commit so that it builds in debian unstable · 1f83ec68
      Radek Polak authored
      I am still getting strange linker errors, but they can be workarounded:
      
      diff --git a/tools/tools.pro b/tools/tools.pro
      index 3325a57..13d2534 100644
      --- a/tools/tools.pro
      +++ b/tools/tools.pro
      @@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ no-png {
            contains(QT_EDITION, Console) {
                SUBDIRS += designer/src/uitools     # Linguist depends on this
            } else {
      -         SUBDIRS += designer
      +         SUBDIRS += designer/src/uitools
            }
            SUBDIRS     += linguist
            wince*: SUBDIRS = qtestlib designer
      1f83ec68
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    • Radek Polak's avatar
      Downgrade to QT 4.5.3 · ca9f81f0
      Radek Polak authored
      QT 4.6 is not ready yet. Here are bugs that need to be fixed:
      
      - Webkit crashing on nearly every page.
      
      - The QVariant::setValue() in upstream does not fix the operator
        name not displaying.
      
      - Green arrow in menu sometimes does not work after rescan
        documents.
      
      - There is also problem with building QtMoko if QT 4.6 is system
        library. You need to pass -force-build-qt to workaround it.
      ca9f81f0
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    • Radek Polak's avatar
      Disable qtopia font engines (QPF) · 3a22a955
      Radek Polak authored
      Qtopia font engine is not very useful now when we can use freetype.
      Freetype fonts can handle national characters while QPF had
      problems e.g. when used with qGoogleTranslate (displayed trash
      instead of e.g. russian characters).
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    • Radek Polak's avatar
      Upgrade to WT 4.5.1 · c3acc2cb
      Radek Polak authored
      This was done as described here:
      
      http://yasmar.net/qtopia/Using%20Qt%20Extended%204.4%20with%20Qt%204.5.html
      
      Copy of above page follows:
      
      How to do it
      
      First you need to prepare the sources.
      
          * Download Qt Extended 4.4.3.
          * Download Qt All 4.5.0.
          * Download Qt Embedded Linux (You must get the same version as the Qt package!).
          * Extract Qt Extended.
            tar -zxf qt-extended-opensource-src-4.4.3.tar.gz
          * Remove the included Qt 4.4.
            rm -r qt-extended-4.4.3/qtopiacore/qt
            mkdir qt-extended-4.4.3/qtopiacore/qt
          * Extract Qt All.
            tar --strip-components=1 -C qt-extended-4.4.3/qtopiacore/qt -jxf qt-all-opensource-src-4.5.0.tar.bz2
          * Extract Qt Embedded Linux (over the top of Qt All).
            tar --strip-components=1 -C qt-extended-4.4.3/qtopiacore/qt -jxf qt-embedded-linux-opensource-src-4.5.0.tar.bz2
      
      Then you need to apply some patches. The following table describes the patches. You should apply all of them in the order specified.
      0001-Fix-BETA-RC-version-detection.patch	This patch fixes a version check, allowing RC/BETA packages to be used.
      0002-Fix-open-source-license-check.patch	This patch fixes a license check, allowing open source packages to be used.
      0003-Use-new-switches-required-by-Qt-4.5.0.patch	This patch updates the switches passed to Qt's configure, allowing Qt 4.5.0 to be used.
      0004-Fix-building-QtUiTest.patch	This patch allows QtUiTest to build without errors.
      0005-Fix-license-handling-for-Qt-4.5.1.patch	This patch fixes a license check, allowing Qt 4.5.1 to be used.
      
      To apply a patch you should run patch like this:
      cd qt-extended-4.4.3
      patch -p1 <../the_patch.patch
      cd ..
      
      Once the patches have been applied you can build Qt Extended as you normally would.
      mkdir build
      cd build
      ../qt-extended-4.4.3/configure [options]
      make
      make install
      c3acc2cb
  34. 22 Apr, 2009 1 commit