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* Remove Q_BYTE_ORDER and -*-endian arguments from configuresBradley T. Hughes2012-03-021-3/+1
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Do not write Q_BYTE_ORDER to qconfig.h in the configures. Instead, we #define Q_BYTE_ORDER in qprocessordetection.h, since many CPUs only support a single endian format. For bi-endian processors, we set Q_BYTE_ORDER depending on how the preprocessor sets __BYTE_ORDER__, __BIG_ENDIAN__, or __LITTLE_ENDIAN__ (instead of using a compile test to do so). For operating systems that only support a single byte order, we can check for Q_OS_* in addition to the preprocessor macros above. This is possible because qprocessordetection.h is included by qglobal.h after Q_OS_* and Q_CC_* detection has been done. Do this for Windows CE, which is always little- endian according to MSDN. Change-Id: I019a95e05252ef69895c4b38fbfa6ebfb6a943cd Reviewed-by: Oswald Buddenhagen <>
* fix configure -redoOswald Buddenhagen2012-03-011-1/+1
| | | | | | | | -redo must be the first argument (except -srcdir, which we treat differently), so let's pass the user arguments first. Change-Id: I5da37d1a6e1aec67449daf64b8bd2ffcc0b075a4 Reviewed-by: Marius Storm-Olsen <>
* bootstrap configure.exe on windowsOswald Buddenhagen2012-02-161-0/+121
it is *ugly* to have the binary in the repository. this adds a few seconds to the windows build, as the configure needs to be rebuilt, obviously. that's almost negligible. Change-Id: I40ffde23b3c3af2b6bab3e78cd0a9f433214b563 Reviewed-by: Rohan McGovern <>