Building QT gui without the three D bits

I’m trying the build qtqui on the USRP-E100. I was making progress until
I run into qwtplot3d and things started to get messy. I should be able
to get qt with 3d support going, but it is not coming up right away and
I was hoping I could diable 3d support in gnuradio and just run the 2d
qt portions.

Can I build gnuradio with qt support, and omit the 3d pieces?

Philip

On Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 2:37 PM, Philip B.
[email protected]wrote:

I’m trying the build qtqui on the USRP-E100. I was making progress until I
run into qwtplot3d and things started to get messy. I should be able to get
qt with 3d support going, but it is not coming up right away and I was
hoping I could diable 3d support in gnuradio and just run the 2d qt
portions.

Can I build gnuradio with qt support, and omit the 3d pieces?

Philip

I was afraid that was what your mail was referring to. Ignore the 3d
stuff.
I took out the Waterfall3dPlot a little while ago. The qwtplot3d project
is
too unstable and has one of the worst build structures I’ve seen in a
project like that. It was too much of a hassle even on a full desktop
environment.

I thought that I also removed the dependencies to it. If you are
following
the methods proscribed on the website, those are for the releases that
still
have this dependency requirement. It will be removed from the website
when
the next tarball release is made.

Tom

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