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compiling the plugin source for MSVC-2005

When I tried to compile the latest plugin source code, I got qsciapis.h not found error, I used QT4.4.2 to comile the source code.
I checked it is not there under qscintilla/sdk directory, in this directory only qscintilla.h exists.

Which version of gcc do you

Which version of gcc do you use?
In "
http://beranger.org/index.php?page=diary&2008/04/02/12/26/45-sagasu-the-...
"
there is a link to specificities of gcc>=4.3.x, where one has to explicitly give most of the included files.... I had not the lightest problem with gcc-4.2.4 (the latest before 4.3.... I chose it because of that and had no problem compiling qt -else, they would have been _huge_ and tedious but doable...once....)

denis

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He's using MSVC, not GCC.

He's using MSVC, not GCC.

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You are trying to build mks

You are trying to build mks yourself ? or a part of mks ?
Qt 4.4.2 is ok for building MkS, and the qscintilla.h header file include itself all required files.
Please post a full build log having the error.

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"He's using MSVC, not GCC." I

"He's using MSVC, not GCC."
I noticed it *after* posting..... Saying "sorry" would have added another entry...

"You are trying to build mks yourself ? or a part of mks ?
Qt 4.4.2 is ok for building MkS, and the qscintilla.h header file include itself all required files.
"
It works great with building QT-4.5.0, too (which I used) and gc-4.2.24.
I had problems with gcc-4.3.x while building qt, and it is a known feature -> that is why I used gcc-4.2.x, and not 4.3.x, (which often finds headers are missing, unless explicitely specified) to *avoid* bugs....
(FYI : I use linuxen on USB almost as live-"cd" - they are in a squafs file, which is read only ->I therefore have to add interesting softs (for me and -potentially- my nephews) by compiling from sources if a soft is interesting, can be launched from a command line and is lacking....

denis