[vtk-developers] VTK_USE_QT and VTK_USE_GUISUPPORT problem

Wagner Sales wsales at gmail.com
Tue Mar 23 16:50:25 EDT 2010

Thanks Jeff,

I agree with you.



2010/3/23 Jeff Baumes <jeff.baumes at kitware.com>:
>> Since I'm using 5.5 version ( CVS HEAD ) I'm posting this here.
>> When I configure I turn VTK_USE_QT on. Compilation occurs, but the
>> libQVTK and others aren't compiled/installed UNTIL I turn on
>> VTK_USE_GUISUPPORT advanced option.
>> If I set VTK_USE_QT aren't not implicit that's I want to build the
>> GUI_SUPPORT? In 5.4 the Qt options will be available only after turn
>> on VTK_USE_GUISUPPORT. Since VTK_USE_QT are not marked as advanced, I
>> think a good solution are turn on VTK_USE_GUISUPPORT automatically
>> when VTK_USE_QT are turned on.
> What has changed is that there are now a few classes outside
> GUISupport that depend on Qt, so you could in theory turn those on
> without compiling VTK_USE_GUISUPPORT. However, I don't think there is
> a use case for this (others can correct me if I'm wrong), so I would
> be fine with always turning VTK_USE_GUISUPPORT on if VTK_USE_QT is on,
> as you suggest.
> I just committed this fix:
> Patch title (first comment line): ENH: Always turn gui support on when qt on.
> Autocommit
>  cvs commit -F .msg 'CMakeLists.txt'
> Committer: Jeffrey Baumes <jeff.baumes at kitware.com>
> /cvsroot/VTK/VTK/CMakeLists.txt,v  <--  CMakeLists.txt
> new revision: 1.555; previous revision: 1.554
> Committed successfully to CVS
> Jeff

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