descriptionM4 macros to build Qt applications with GNU Autotools / without QMake
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AutoTroll is very easy to use: it's a simple M4 file and piece of Makefile you need to include in your project. You invoke the magic macro AT_WITH_QT in your, and that's all, you're done: you can now use new flags in your Makefiles to build your applications. AutoTroll is released under the GPL v2+ with exceptions.
2013-01-20 Werner LembergProperly search for alternate names of tools.master
2012-02-04 Werner LembergImprove --with-qt configure flag.
2012-01-27 Benoit SigoureBetter support for cross-compiling.
2012-01-24 Benoit SigoureFix a bug in AT_REQUIRE_QT_VERSION if the 2nd argument...
2010-07-01 Benoit SigoureBugfix: cd back into the top-level directory when there...
2010-03-20 Benoit SigoureAdd support for the .hpp extension.
2009-07-26 David KingUse macros that are always available, in dummy project.
2009-07-26 Mike LundyMake sure qmake generates Makefiles on Darwin.
2009-07-26 Mike LundyBug fix: AT_REQUIRE_QT_VERSION runs RUN-IF-FAILED on...
2009-04-19 Benoit SigoureLook for Qt4 under /opt/local/libexec/qt4-mac/bin.
2009-04-18 Mike LundyLeave QT_PATH alone.
2009-04-18 Mike LundyAdd user configurable actions to take when Qt is found...
2009-04-18 Benoit SigoureAdd a serial to autotroll.m4 and log it.
2009-04-05 Benoit SigoureProperly double quote brackets so that Autoconf-M4...
2009-04-04 Benoit SigoureDon't be too greedy when extracting flags from qmake...
2009-01-21 Benoit SigoureAdd GPLv2+ exceptions to make the code more easily...
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