Prereq1) Install Mint: SUCCESS!
Prereq2) Install Geany, Qt4 library files, and G++ Compiler through Synaptic: SUCCESS, BABY! (Why does the latter not come pre-installed with Mint?)
Prereq3) Check out the super cool Qt Hello World tutorial: SUCCESS!
Prereq4) Open Geany and make a .cpp file with the Hello-World example: SUCCESS!
I'm ready to make this thing! Before I compile, I'll check that the files are there!
- /usr/include/qt4/QtGui/QApplication (and its .h twin) IT'S THERE, YO!
- /usr/include/qt4/QtGui/QLabel (and its .h twin) IT'S THERE, YO!
- I assume the rest of the includes are there, and I checked them.
I assume this should be very easy.
"Error on that line that says #include <QApplication>: No such file/directory"
Why do I have to be specific about this?! Well, how about...
"I liek this but...
Compile Error: QtGui/QtCore/qcoreapplication.h: No such file or directory."
Is there some sort of misunderstanding in how the headers were developed?
Am I going to have to go back and work with each one?
EDIT: Not that I really should have to, but I gave it a shot. I don't want to do anything as root, these things should work together like they should. IT INFURIATES ME I MUST SHOUT AT THE SKY ABOUT THIS PROBLEM AAAA I MUST INSTALL MORE PACKAGES EVEN THOUGH THAT'S A BAD IDEA AND ONE I'D RATHER NOT DO