[KDE/Mac] kdesrc-build

Jeremy Whiting jpwhiting at kde.org
Thu Dec 4 17:13:13 UTC 2014

On Thu, Dec 4, 2014 at 7:19 AM, René J.V. <rjvbertin at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Thursday December 04 2014 06:11:21 Jeremy Whiting wrote:
> Hi,
> >With help of the macports list I realized that adding
> >-DCMAKE_CXX_FLAGS=stdlib=libc++ makes all builds use the c++ library
> rather
> >than libstdc++, fixing the linker errors in test building.
> >
> If you're building on OS X 10.9 or 10.10 you shouldn't need to specify the
> C++ runtime ... unless you're using a GCC version from MacPorts?

It's using /usr/bin/clang++ from what I see in make VERBOSE=1 output, /me

> >The issue I'm hitting now is that the Qt5UiToolsConfig.cmake references
> >/opt/local/Library/Frameworkws/libQt5UiTools.a which doesn't exist. I
> >looked in /opt/local/Library/Frameworks to see what it does have. It seems
> That file is not supposed to exist (in that location), and seems to be a
> mixup between shared and local libraries (frameworks are shared), as well
> as between frameworks and regular shared libraries ...

On linux it's in the qt5-tools arch package. Not sure where in source it
comes from.

> >it includes many Qt*.framework files but no .a files. Is the
> >Qt5UiToolsConfig.cmake wrong since it lists files that aren't there? Is
> >Qt5UiTools.Framework missing completely from the qt5-mac package ? Is
> there
> You can do `port contents <port>` to get a list of all the files provided
> by a port.
> If Qt5UiTools is normally build as part of a standard Qt5 build you should
> have it too ... unless the Qt5 maintainer decided to move it to a sub~ or
> separate port.
> You really ought to CC the macports ML on this sort of questions, there
> are going to be significantly more Qt5 users on that list than on this one!

>From port contents qt5-mac it looks like it's installing the header files
and cmake config file for that QtUiTools but no library or framework for it.

> Cheers,
> René
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