[Development] osx search paths with 5.3.2
Eike.Ziller at theqtcompany.com
Mon Oct 13 17:07:35 CEST 2014
On Oct 13, 2014, at 4:55 PM, Matt Broadstone <mbroadst at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've been using qt 4.8.6 for quite some time on my macbook installed
> from homebrew with no problem whatsoever. I decided over the weekend
> to upgrade my install to the latest qt5 build which on homebrew is
> 5.3.2. Everything installed, qmake ran and I was able to successfully
> build qjsonrpc on my mac. Cool.
> Now, I've got another test app that links to qjsonrpc, and when I
> build that it turns out that I'm no longer able to find anything in
> /usr/include or link to anything in /usr/lib. I naturally assumed this
> was an issue with the compiler's search paths, but then why did 4.8.6
> work? Hmm, okay, let's just use Qt's distributed 5.3.2 binaries, maybe
> homebrew got it wrong... Same problem. I went through a diff of the
> mkspecs dirs of both versions and couldn't see anything that would
> obviously cause this.
> Has anyone using Qt on mac run into this problem? Running out of ideas here!
Hard so say anything without knowing what the things are that are not found.
General hints are: Have a look at the actual compiler command lines and look for the -I and -F s, and run qmake with “qmake -d -d -d” to get detailed information on which files are pulled in and how specific qmake variables get their values.
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