chakie: I have no idea of why qt3 is the default. probably people install qt3 first and then qt4, therefore "qmake" points to the qt3 version. we should ask svuorela , btw :P
at the coordinates of the item
or you can promote those to public in a subclass.
peppe: but why would anyone even get any qt3 devel packages installed?
peppe: that should be something you need to install from a "ancient cruft" repo
they're separate packages, I think
special: Thanks for the advice about posting to QGraphicsScene. How do I promote hoverEnterEvent() and hoverLeaveEvent() to public in a subclass?
special: of course
KucukMubasir: is the lib really called "lgsoap++"?
public: using Subclass::hoverEnterEvent(); using Subclass::hoverLeaveEvent();
or reimplement them in public:
KucukMubasir: that would give you a file liblgsoap++.so.x.y.z
special: In my case, I am dealing with a 3rd party QGraphicsItem. This method does not apply does it?
chakie there isn't such a lib in directory, I think I need to generate it but I can't handle it :S
"The gSOAP engine is build as a library libgsoap.a and libgsoap++.a with separate versions that support SSL. See the README.txt instructions on how to build these libraries with the platform-independent gSOAP package's autoconf and automake. Alternatively, you can compile and link the engine's source code stdsoap2.c (or stdsoap2.cpp for C++) directly with your code. "
KucukMubasir: what i mean is that you seem to add the library in a wrong way
KucukMubasir: the extra "l" is what i refer to
KucukMubasir: but i sense you're just guessing here?
no it is added as in here :LIBS += -lgsoap++ http://www.codeproject.com/KB/webservices/Qt_4_5_with_GSOAP_.aspx
I am not guessing, that is what tutorial tells
where is the lib really?
but there isn't such a lib in any directories.
and is that path searched?
It doesn't exist
so build it or include it
as per the docs you pasted yourself
how do you assume that you can just link to something that does not exist?
"The gSOAP toolkit is mostly self-contained and does not require any third-party
software to run in a basic configuration. When compression and SSL encryption
are required the Zlib and OpenSSL libraries must be installed.
To build the gSOAP 'soapcpp2' compiler, you must have Bison and Flex installed
or the older Yacc and Lex equivalents. Note that licensing differs for Flex
versus Lex, and Bison versus Yacc."
sorry for that unpleasant paste
"Alternatively, you can compile and link the engine's source code stdsoap2.c (or stdsoap2.cpp for C++) directly with your code"
anyone know good PDU encoder/decoder? if not, I will start my own in Qt
and I pasted the output here
too lazy to go looking for it
if you added it to SOURCES it should be enough, as per the docs you gave
alterntively build the lib
chakie, this is the output http://pastebin.com/vMn9XbrF
beg your pardon?
add the libs that the soap lib needs
there isn't such a lib
then you're screwed
C:\Users\Ozgur\Documents\Qt\Console/gsoap/stdsoap2.cpp:557: undefined reference to `sendto@24'
where are those functions defined?
chakie, they are defined there.
just as the constructore TimeServerImplPortBindingProxy
but the qt still can't find it :S
qt doesn't find anything
for instance: C:\Users\Ozgur\Documents\Qt\Console/main.cpp:11: undefined reference to `TimeServerImplPortBindingProxy::TimeServerImplPortBindingProxy()'
your linker needs to find the stuff
that constructor is defined there
why not ask the gsoap developers?
this really isn't a qt problem
what extra libs does gsoap depend on?
it needs some functions like:
C:\Users\Ozgur\Documents\Qt\Console/gsoap/stdsoap2.cpp:3223: undefined reference to `WSAStartup@8'
i know nothing about windows, you'll need to know