qwt in 6.20

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coogor
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qwt in 6.20

Post by coogor » 18 Nov 2013 14:49

Hi,
brilliant idea to include qwt in the source code for zyGrib 6.20.
That fixes a lot of incompatibilities with qwt 6.1

As usually, openSUSE package, including the upcoming openSUSE 13.1, can be picked up from
https://build.opensuse.org/package/show ... Geo/ZYGrib

Sergey
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Re: qwt in 6.20

Post by Sergey » 26 Jan 2014 22:59

coogor wrote:brilliant idea to include qwt in the source code for zyGrib 6.20.
That fixes a lot of incompatibilities with qwt 6.1
I think what it is not so good. It is violates an ideology of shared libs which used in most Linuxes (but not in MacOS X or Windows). Several versions of libs in distro is a more correctly way for incompatible libs. I would suggest to make choice between internal or system qwt. Is it possible in qmake ?
Regards, Sergey.

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Re: qwt in 6.20

Post by jza » 28 Jan 2014 00:33

Sergey wrote:I think what it is not so good. It is violates an ideology of shared libs which used in most Linuxes (but not in MacOS X or Windows). Several versions of libs in distro is a more correctly way for incompatible libs. I would suggest to make choice between internal or system qwt. Is it possible in qmake ?
It's true, in theory, but it's more complicated in the true life.

Each minor release of Qwt breaks compatibility. I'm tired of all these changes.
I included a working version to be quiet.
If you do not like, you can modify the project file.
A+
Jacques

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