|author||Jörg Mayer <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2012-02-02 12:38:41 +0000|
|committer||Jörg Mayer <email@example.com>||2012-02-02 12:38:41 +0000|
Update documentatin for the qt build to reflect the cmake work.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=40810
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diff --git a/doc/README.qt b/doc/README.qt
index 86aa6661e2..db8217cb1d 100644
@@ -15,14 +15,27 @@ The Qt interface for Wireshark has been compiled and tested on Mac OS X 10.6
Compilation via Qt Creator has been tested but command-line compilation using
QMake and make or nmake should work.
-The ui/qt directory is loosely coupled with the rest of the codebase. The main
-Wireshark sources must be built beforehand using CMake on Linux and OS X and
-nmake on Windows. Autotools + QMake is a basket full of crazy that hasn't yet
-been sorted and folded. (Autotools + Boring Old Make, without using
-QMake at all, might actually be simpler:
+There are several ways of building qtshark:
+1) Using qtcreator:
+ The ui/qt directory is loosely coupled with the rest of the codebase. The main
+ Wireshark sources must be built beforehand using CMake on Linux and OS X and
+ nmake on Windows. Autotools + QMake is a basket full of crazy that hasn't yet
+ been sorted and folded. (Autotools + Boring Old Make, without using
+ QMake at all, might actually be simpler:
+2) Using cmake:
+ set BUILD_qtshark to ON (default: OFF) in CmakeOptions.txt (may be set
+ in parallel with BUILD_wireshark).
+ Do the normal out-of-tree or in-tree build.
+ This has only been tested on a current openSUSE Linux system with fairly
+ current QT and cmake. It may be necessary to copy the FindQt4.cmake and
+ supporting files from cmake to Wireshark's cmake/modules/
+ If using cmake installing qtcreator is not required. Basically almost
+ all stuff below can be ignored ;-)
Work is in progress on this.)