Commit 212db411 authored by Joachim Eibl's avatar Joachim Eibl
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Corrected build paths

git-svn-id: c8aa9fed-2811-0410-8543-893ada326672
parent 53e74863
......@@ -85,8 +85,8 @@ Requirements & Installation
Typically in a terminal (e.g. konsole) you cd into the kdiff3-directory and
run "./configure kde4". This script is essentially the same as these commands:
mkdir release
cd release
mkdir releaseKde
cd releaseKde
# Find out your KDE4-directory and note the result
kde4-config --prefix
# create Makefile, replace <KDE4-prefix> with the prior result
......@@ -152,18 +152,24 @@ Requirements & Installation
Build-instructions (Un*x):
Assuming Qt is correctly installed run "./configure qt4" which essentially
does the same as:
- mkdir release
- cd release
- mkdir releaseQt
- cd releaseQt
- qmake ../src-QT4/
- make (or "gmake" for GNU-Make)
Build-instructions (Windows):
- If you use Qt Creator from the SDK just load the src-QT4\
file and build.
On the command line (cmd.exe):
- set QTDIR=<QT4-dir> e.g.: c:\qt\4.4.1
set "PATH=%QTDIR%\bin;%PATH%"
- Prepare compiler settings:
For Visual Studio run the respective vsvars32.bat
For MinGW add the path: E.g. set "PATH=c:\mingw\bin;%PATH%"
- cd into the directory kdiff3-0.9.97\src-Qt4 and type
- qmake
- Either "nmake" for Visual Studio or "mingw32-make" depending on what you
Debugging with MinGW under Windows:
- Qt Creator worked very well as debugger frontend too!
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