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malcom2073 wrote:
Kennybug wrote:
Installed in winxp32. a VC++ library was missing.
need install this as well
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download ... px?id=5555


Good catch, forgot to mention that. I'll see about adding that to the installer.

If this had been added to the installer, it would have saved me 10 minutes this morning, and would have saved Fred some wrist damage. :)


Edit: It works for me.

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My apologies, I'll try to get that added to the installer :)

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Name is now officially EMStudio: http://malcom2073.github.com/emstudio/

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For the serial, you should really check http://gitorious.org/qserialdevice . it's a very good library.


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There are at least two other libraries for QT too. I've no idea if they're good or not, though.

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mobyfab wrote:
For the serial, you should really check http://gitorious.org/qserialdevice . it's a very good library.


The thought had occured to me to use an external library, however I wanted to reduce dependancy size for Windows, and serial is simple enough.

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Surely it could get bundled into an installer as part of your auto-build, though, no?

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Fred wrote:
Surely it could get bundled into an installer as part of your auto-build, though, no?


Yes, I could compile it, and set the installer up to pull it in. It's a hassle, for something that really takes 6-7 lines of code and garuntees that I retain control over exactly how the serial port is used. I've used serial libraries before (Qxt and QSerial both) and had issues with them, so I just spend the extra 10 minutes writing my own code every time I need to do serial stuff.

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Spudmn wrote:
do

EDIT: Do NOT do the -project qmake execution, it is not necessary most of the time and can/will break your build. Fred.
Code:
 qmake -project << don't do this, normally.
qmake
 make

This stuff is either completely irrelevant and old, or just for GCC builds on Windows. In any case, do NOT do this on Linux, you don't need to, and it will break your build and cause you and me headaches.

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Linux install:

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sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install libqt4-dev libqt4-opengl-dev qt4-qmake libqwt-dev libqt4-declarative libqjson-dev

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