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- Subject: RE: lua_qt magic requires
- From: "Carlos Augusto Teixeira Mendes" <cmendes@...>
- Date: Fri, 28 Jul 2006 09:37:54 -0300
We can wait for Ariel's official answer, but as for what I have seen, the
class system is beeing included inside qt_core.dll.
I'm also starting to uso LuaQt in a project (under Windows) and so far
didn't have any major problems.
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> Subject: lua_qt magic requires
> i'm trying out lua_qt, hoping to use it as a general-purpose GUI. i've
> managed to compile it, and the tests are working ok.
> looking in the examples, i see it's using some hardcoded paths;
> no problem
> with that, i guess i'll just copy the compiled libraries to a global
> directory and update the paths.
> but what about the Lua utilities? i mean the class system, and also
> the 'helpers' (init_tree and such). in the examples the require()s are
> commented out, i don't see how they load it!
> are they somehow linked into the binary libraries?
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