[Qt-creator] Build/run/debug xcode projects (using xcodebuild)

Tobias Hunger tobias.hunger at gmail.com
Mon Jul 23 13:16:37 CEST 2018

Hi Christoph,

lots of people are on vacation right now, incl. the regular mac users
in our team. I am not sure you will get a satisfactory reply here

Please consider to file a bug report an bugreports.qt.io. At least a
bug report will not get lost like mails to a mailing list tend to be.

Best Regards,
On Mon, Jul 23, 2018 at 11:55 AM Christoph Keller
<theoriginalgri at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> when creating an iOS project with subdirs and libraries, qmake as called by QtCreator generates Makefiles for all subdirs/libraries and a xcode project for the "app" project.
> For my case I need all files to be xcode projects, so I configure the "qmake"-step with additional parameters "-spec macx-xcode -recursive". For some reason there's no way to stop QtCreator from adding "&& make qmake_all". So it fails since there's no Makefile.
> Furthermore I removed the "make" step and added an "xcodebuild" (IosBuildStep), but QtCreator does not accept this as "make" step and fails building with the following message:
> 11:31:19: Could not determine which "make" command to run. Check the "make" step in the build configuration.
> Error while building/deploying project library (kit: Qt 5.10.1 for iOS)
> When executing step "qmake"
> Therefore I can’t build/run/debug via QtCreator and I have to use XCode for these tasks - which I do not prefer. Is there some way to get this configuration working?
> Thank you,
> Christoph
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