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From: Nikos Chantziaras <realnc@...>
Subject: Re: qmake and stripped executables
Date: Fri, 15 May 2009 15:16:29 +0300
Mike Frysinger wrote:
> On Wednesday 13 May 2009 22:02:06 Nikos Chantziaras wrote:
>> qmake (from Qt 3) creates makefiles that strip all executables during
>> installation.  The generated rule looks like this:
>>
>> install_target: all
>>          @$(CHK_DIR_EXISTS) "$(INSTALL_ROOT)/lib64/" || $(MKDIR)
>> "$(INSTALL_ROOT)/lib64/"
>>          -$(INSTALL_FILE) "$(QMAKE_TARGET)"
>> "$(INSTALL_ROOT)/lib64/$(QMAKE_TARGET)"
>>          -strip "$(INSTALL_ROOT)/lib64/$(QMAKE_TARGET)"
>>
>> This results in portage issuing a QA warning during the emerge (portage
>> wants to strip the executables itself).
> 
> rightly so
> 
>> What would be a good way to fix that?
> 
> find an option that doesnt emit the strip line or run `sed` after the fact to 
> delete the strip line

OK, I found the solution.  Someone replied to me off-list hinting at 
QMAKE_STRIP in qt4.eclass.  It turns out that Qt3 also supports this 
flag.  Even though qt3.eclass doesn't set this on its own, I can set it 
manually during the eqmake3 invocation in the ebuild.



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