copperspice-1.2.2 - building failure - qVariantFromValue

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greg
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copperspice-1.2.2 - building failure - qVariantFromValue

Post by greg »

Barbara, Ansel hi!

I can't build copperspice-1.2.2 on linux (slackware64-current up to date), here is the error I get:

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src/sql/drivers/mysql/qsql_mysql.cpp: Dans la fonction membre ‘virtual QVariant QMYSQLResult::handle() const’:
src/sql/drivers/mysql/qsql_mysql.cpp:417:80: erreur: ‘qVariantFromValue’ was not declared in this scope
     return d->meta ? QVariant::fromValue(d->meta) : qVariantFromValue(d->stmt);
^
Makefile:26675 : la recette pour la cible « src/sql/drivers/mysql/lib_qsqlmysql4_la-qsql_mysql.lo » a échouée
make[2]: *** [src/sql/drivers/mysql/lib_qsqlmysql4_la-qsql_mysql.lo] Erreur 1
Line 417 qsql_mysql.cpp, I've changed the code from:

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return d->meta ? QVariant::fromValue(d->meta) : qVariantFromValue(d->stmt);
to

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return d->meta ? QVariant::fromValue(d->meta) : QVariant::fromValue (d->stmt);
It's building fine like this but I don't know if it's the right thing to do... :?
Can you please have a look on that?

ansel
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Re: copperspice-1.2.2 - building failure - qVariantFromValue

Post by ansel »

Hi Gregory,

Thank you for reporting this build issue. Your fix is absolutely correct, and this has been resolved in the latest version of CopperSpice which is 1.3.0.

Let us know if you have any other questions.
Ansel Sermersheim
CopperSpice Cofounder

greg
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Re: copperspice-1.2.2 - building failure - qVariantFromValue

Post by greg »

I didn't notice that GitHub display the 1.2 branch by default and the qVariantFromValue had been fixed in commit 7046e09fc031b25d1bd656d4c9f4b50e032450f0.

Sorry for the noise.

ansel
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Re: copperspice-1.2.2 - building failure - qVariantFromValue

Post by ansel »

Thank you so much for your comment, you pointed out that our push was not complete. While the cs-1.3 branch was pushed, somehow the 1.3.0 tag was not and the default branch had not been updated. Those issues have been resolved thanks to your question.
Ansel Sermersheim
CopperSpice Cofounder

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