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Registered: ‎12-05-2012
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Which runtime does Default setting use

Hi

 

When using the Momentics IDE for C++ development , there is an option to set the C++ runtime in the prject properties. The following options are available 

 

1. Default

2. C++ GNU 

3. C++ Dinkum with Exceptions

4. C++ Dinkum without Exceptions

 

Which option is the default?

 

I found when using the default runtime I still had to link with -lstdc++ in the PRO file. Does this need to be used with all the options. Why is it not done automatically?

 

Thanks

Regular Contributor
Posts: 52
Registered: ‎02-08-2013
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Re: Which runtime does Default setting use

Hi there, 

 

I have the same question: Which one is the best to support Cascade UI/Qml application in native C++ code.

 

1. Default

2. C++ GNU 

3. C++ Dinkum with Exceptions

4. C++ Dinkum without Exceptio

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Re: Which runtime does Default setting use

In other words. Which run time does Qt build for Blackberry. Blackberry team, could you please answer the question?

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Registered: ‎11-24-2011
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Re: Which runtime does Default setting use

I never played with this settings and was able to build Qt apps without any problem. So the answer is "default"

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Registered: ‎03-04-2013
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Re: Which runtime does Default setting use

According to the QNX documents found here

http://www.qnx.com/developers/docs/6.4.1/ide_en/user_guide/devel.html

 

After you create your project, if you right-click on the project, select Properties and from the menu on the left expand C/C++ Build-->Settings, for the Runtime field on the General Settings tab, the Default setting refers to C++ Dinkum with exceptions.