Hi,

this question is a little bit off topic, since it's related to Qt4:
I found that porting my project from Qt3 to Qt4 gives me no error messages any
longer in case my connections fail.
I am using the debug libraries, but still would not get any error messages.
This is under Linux, when I run the app under Windows, even the qDebug
messages vanish.

Maybe somebody had similar problems and could gimme a hint?


This is my .pro file, I am using Qt 4.0.1:
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TEMPLATE += app
LANGUAGE += C++

TARGET = qtracker4

SOURCES += main.cpp\
VecMat3.cpp \
Q4ButtonGroup.cpp \
QTrackerMain.cpp \
QGenericMap.cpp \
QGeometryParser.cpp \
QSvgMap.cpp \
QSigData.cpp \
QTracker.cpp \
QUpdater.cpp \
QMotionUpdater.cpp \
QCalibrator.cpp \
QOrientationUpdater.cpp \
QDirectionEstimator.cpp \
QSensorConfig.cpp

HEADERS += QTrackerMain.hpp \
MyDebug.hpp \
VecMat3.hpp \
Q4ButtonGroup.hpp \
QTrackerBase.hpp \
QTracker.hpp \
QGenericMap.hpp \
QGeometryParser.hpp \
QSvgMap.hpp \
QSigData.hpp \
QMotionTracker.hpp \
QUpdater.hpp \
QMotionUpdater.hpp \
QCalibrator.hpp \
QOrientationUpdater.hpp \
QDirectionEstimator.hpp \
QSensorConfig.hpp

FORMS = QSensorConfigBase.ui

QT += xml
CONFIG +=qt warn_on debug
DEFINES += QT_DEBUG

unix{
HEADERS += QMotionTracker-Linux.hpp
SOURCES += QMotionTracker-Linux.cpp

UI_DIR = .ui
MOC_DIR = .moc
OBJECTS_DIR = .obj
}

win32 {
HEADERS += QMotionTracker-Win32.hpp
SOURCES += QMotionTracker-Win32.cpp
}


thanks so much,
Stefan >8^)

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