[KDE/Mac] Second Qt 5.4 build error on OS X 10.7
jpwhiting at kde.org
Fri Feb 13 13:09:11 UTC 2015
I got it from here: https://developer.apple.com/downloads/index.action you
have to sign in with your apple id, then in the search box search for Xcode
4.6. 4.6.3 for Lion is the top result.
On Fri, Feb 13, 2015 at 3:34 AM, Ian Wadham <iandw.au at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi René,
> On 13/02/2015, at 8:39 PM, René J.V. Bertin wrote:
> > On Friday February 13 2015 07:35:22 Marko Käning wrote:
> > What are those error messages you get now? The whole point in repeating
> with -j1 was to get understandable error messages, so without them I cannot
> be of much help…
> You said "If it (the output) remains nonsense"… Well it looked like
> nonsense to me, but
> here it is attached. Errors in QObject make no sense to me, though there
> is a funny error
> from "ld" early in the file. And the errors in the previous file had no
> mention of QObject.
> Could the compilations somehow be getting out of order? I did not think
> modern build
> systems and compilers could have such a problem.
> Anyway I tried to follow plan B --- try another compiler --- but with
> little success.
> >> On 13 Feb 2015, at 06:25 , Ian Wadham <iandw.au at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>> I looked on developer.apple.com and the App Store but could find no
> trace of Xcode 4.6.3,
> >>> except for old release-documentation pages.
> >> I think you must be able to find the old version somewhere, but I don’t
> have a clue how... :(
> > I think Jeremy told us where he got his copy from. It must still be
> available from developer.apple.com (to registered members, but that's
> something you can set up with any AppleID, no need to shell out money).
> I might try again when I have some time. But I really want to concentrate
> on kdeinit
> and friends, even QSP.
> >> So, in order to set another compiler as your system compiler switch to
> it by using
> >> ---
> >> $ sudo port select --set mp-clang-3.4
> > That, or you use configure.compiler=macports-clang-3.5 (I don't see any
> reason to use 3.4 if you can have 3.5 ;))
> I have 3.5, the one you recommended. Marko had a typo. MacPorts also has
> Cheers, Ian W.
> > If it were as simple as it is on Linux to set up a virgin install in a
> VM I'd be testing my port myself more thoroughly, but it isn't, and I just
> don't have the resource to build and rebuild Qt in a VM.
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