Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 207297
sip includes its own qmake files (not sure if they're right)
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:43 EST
sip seems to include it own copies of qt's qmake(.conf) bits, but they seem
generic wrong in some places.
Wouldn't it make sense to use qt's known-good versions? If so, include
something like this snippet in sip's specfile (before actually building it, of
unset QTDIR || : ; source /etc/profile.d/qt.sh
for target in default linux-g++ linux-g++-32 linux-g++-64 ; do
test -f $QTDIR/mkspecs/$target/qmake.conf -a -f specs/$target && \
ln -sf $QTDIR/mkspecs/$target/qmake.conf specs/$target
The qmake config files are ok for using. It does not hurt to use the qmake
files from qt-devel.
It's now fixed in sip-4.4.5-3. Thanks for your report