I have an integrated Qt gui/povray that builds as a single executable.
git clone https://github.com/dickbalaska/povray.git
git checkout qmake
qt/gui/qtpovray # run the executable
The gui behavior is exactly like, and has the same features as,
(except you don't have to configure the povray executable, because it is
I have no idea no to get qmake to do super-optimization, i.e. use the
There doesn't seem to be a "try/compile" thingy like in autoconf.
I still prefer the separate executables of the websockets edition.
1) Separation of gui from povray engine, i.e. "client/server"
2) automake for povray has more mature control of determining best
compile conditions and processor features.
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