I’ve built the Qt 4.6.3 packages for Centos 5.5.
To install, as root, type:
rpm -ivh http://software.freivald.com/centos/software.freivald.com-1.0.0-1.noarch.rpm yum update fontconfig fontconfig-devel qt4 qt4-devel qt4-doc qt4-postgresql qt4-odbc qt4-sqlite qt-creator
Also, I’ve updated the qt-creator package to 1.3.1-1. The issue with the package was that on the 64-bit environment, qt-creator continues to look into /usr/lib/qtcreator for it’s plugins instead of /usr/lib64/qtcreator. I added a link from /usr/lib/qtcreator to /usr/lib64/qtcreator in the x86_64 arch build. This means that you should not install the 32-bit version and the 64 bit version on the same machine – but I’m not sure that was ever a good idea in the first place. 🙂
Please post here if you have any issues with the Qt 4.6.3 build or the qtcreator 1.3.1-1.
I’ve also posted the public key that I use to sign the packages here. To use it, as root, type:
rpm --import http://software.freivald.com/centos/RPM-GPG-KEY-software.freivald.com
NOTE: If you use yum-priorities you will need to set this repository to the same level as ‘core’ for these to install properly. You’ll know if you have a priorities issue because ‘yum install qt-creator’ will scream at you that you are missing libaries. These libraries come in the version that I compile but not in the Centos core distribution and if the priorities are wrong it will pull those packages from core.