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    Default configure options questions

    this is a topic that pops up now and then but after reading many posts I still have a few questions. I have the latest Mingw (4.5 and make 3.81) installed with Qt 4.6.2. My application only uses qt4core and qt4gui dlls and I use exeptions. The default core and gui dlls work fine so my questions are out of intertest.
    I use:
    configure -opensource -release -nomake examples -nomake demos -no-qt3support -no-scripttools -no-openssl -no-opengl -no-webkit -no-phonon -no-style-motif -no-style-cde -no-style-plastique -no-sql-sqlite -no-libtiff -no-libmng -no-incredibuild-xge -no-plugin-manifests -no-phonon-backend -no-audio-backend

    1) How are the default dlls compiled? They are very small!
    2) I don't have dynamic casts, do I still need -rtti ?
    3) Do options like -no-opengl, -no-phonon etc simply exclude these ldds from being built or does this also shrink core and gui libs?
    4) what is no-manifest
    Thanks for any answers or further links

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    Default Re: configure options questions

    A manifest is an XML file that describes an assembly. For example, you may wish to tell Windows you want to use a specific version of the Windows common controls. They are typically less than 1KB in size.

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