[Interest] Qt3D compile with Qt5 failed
frederik.gladhorn at digia.com
Tue Feb 18 15:39:06 CET 2014
Tirsdag 18. februar 2014 14.38.35 skrev Christoph Kurz:
> I had the same problem a few days ago, when I downloaded Qt3D as a .zip
> file. I don't know the cause for the problem, but I solved it:
> When I used git to clone the repository, it compiled fine.
Downloading as zip file is not supported. It doesn't trigger running syncqt to
generate the forwarding headers. You can try to create a .git directory
(empty) or manually running the syncqt script.
> But I have another problem now: Qt3D is compiled on Windows, the .dll files
> exist and are in the right directory, even highlighting in QtCreator works
> and the examples and my own 3D-programs compile without error. But when I
> run them (examples or my own projects), I only see a black or white screen.
> Any hints?
> > Hi
> > I'm having troubles compiling Qt3D on Windows. The module compiles and
> > links properly on my Linux machine with Qt 4.8.1. Though on Windows (Qt
> > 5.2 personal build) g++ says <Qt3D/qt3dglobal.h> header is not found.
> > I've compiled qt3d on linux with following these steps:
> > 1. Download a tarball of branch qt4 from here, extract it.
> > 2. qmake CONFIG+=package
> > 3. make -j4
> > 3. sudo make install
> > And for Windows (Qt 5.2 gcc-4.8.1 personal build):
> > 1. Download tarball of master branch from here, extract it
> > 2. qmake
> > 3. make // => error: missing headers
> > What I'm missing?
> > Note: ActiveState Perl is in PATH
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