Gentoo: Qt4 and STL Troubles

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I am trying to emerge the latest stable version of Qt4 (which is qt-4.1.4-r2) with my Gentoo 2006.1 AMD64 box. When I try to emerge it, I get the following error while compiling:
make: *** [stltest.o] Error 1
STL disabled.
STL support cannot be enabled due to functionality tests!
Turn on verbose messaging (-v) to ./configure to see the final report.
If you believe this message is in error you may use the continue
switch (-continue) to ./configure to continue.
I have read multiple places that I should add the flag '-no-slt' to the ./configure script so that Qt doesn't compile with it. I do not know how to do this/where to look for the ./configure script. Also, is this a good idea to have Qt without STL support? Any thoughts/suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
 
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Do you really need Qt4 yet?

Although its marked stable its not really need for anything but some very new testing packages.

Additionally, did you check for USE flags that would disable that feature?
If not, you'll have to move the ebuild to your overlay and then modify the ebuild to pass the -no-slt option to configure.

As a long time Gentoo user, I recently switch to Mac OS X so I can't check for you, sorry.
 
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