On Saturday 25 December 2010, Elliot Saba wrote:
> Hey Guys,
> I'm trying to compile tiemu 3.03 (I believe that is the latest version,
> should I be using something else?)
You can try Emu-TIGCC SVN HEAD from svn.calcforge.org, but this hasn't changed
> on osx, and configure is giving me some problems when verifying that Qt is
> Qt installs itself as a set of Frameworks when installed via homebrew,
> (which is how I've been installing most of my opensource software, when
> possible) rather than a bunch of loose headers and libraries, which seems
> to be what tiemu is expecting.
> Some people familiar with Qt that I have talked to tell me that qmake
> abstracts these differences away, but the qmake step is beyond the
> ./configure step, or so I believe. Can any of you point me in the proper
> To be explicit, the error I am receiving is:
> checking for Qt... configure: error: Qt (>= Qt 3.0.2) (headers and
> libraries) not found. Please check your installation!
> For more details about this problem, look at the end of config.log.
> And this is because qstlye.h is found inside of QtGui.Framework, rather
> than in the /include directory Qt is installed into.
Your Qt framework is Qt 4, TiEmu is looking for Qt 3.
Try --without-kde (but then you won't have communication with KTIGCC; you need
KDE 3 installed to use KTIGCC).