[Mono-list] Using qt#

Peter Williams peter@newton.cx
Wed, 07 Jul 2004 22:35:27 -0400

Fooling with MONO_PATH is one way to get this to work, but I think the
preferred solution is to give the /r: option a full path name. That is,

mcs /r:/usr/local/lib/Qt.dll

or whatever. This is, for example, what the gtk-sharp pkgconfig files
do. This method means path problems don't come up and multiple versions
of the same library are handled sanely.


On Wed, 2004-07-07 at 21:28, Marcus wrote:
> By the way, you might get more help on the Qt# mailing list, although obvious 
> I read both.
> Does Qt.dll exist in /usr/local/lib? Is your version of Mono configured to 
> look in /usr/local/lib or just /usr/lib? If Mono is installed in the /usr 
> prefix, I'm not sure whether it will look in /usr/local/lib by default. You 
> can use the MONO_PATH to set where the runtime looks for libs. See the mono 
> manpage.
> Marcus
> On Wednesday 07 July 2004 5:59 pm, Paul wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I've compiled qt# from sourceforge and installed it into /usr/local/lib.
> > How do I link it to source code?
> >
> > mcs -r: Qt just gives that Qt can't be found.
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