Does anybody have experience of installing Qt3 on SuSE 9.3
professional? I mean that after the installation, I can use "qmake -project", "qmake" and "make" to compile my Qt C++ source code (*.h and *.cpp, for example).
So far, I only installed Qt3 libraries from YaSt, wondering whether or not I have source code on my machine at al.
I also downloaded free edition of Qt3, but am not sure if I could safely compile it on my machine, not resulting in conflict with currently installed qt libraries.
Any hint on how to move forward from this point will be highly
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Is there a site that contains c++ base classes. I am
looking to develop an application that is
multithreaded. I am hoping that there is a base class
available that has the thread capabilities, message
queues, and signal processing. This is not for a
class. This is for a utility to display ascii string
sent via udp from an embedded device to aid in
debugging. Any help is appreciated.