Put your program in debug mode and go step by step inside Beidsdk_GetObjectValue to see what line triggers the ui, once you find out, step into that line and repeat the process until you pinpoint the final WINAPI (or any other core API) call
First, Linux Rocks!, Mac follows.
You are correct. the build process needs xcrun, apparently to compile a simple test program before configuring my application so I do need Xcode.
Thanks for your help :)
Lol agreed on the linux part. Been running Linux since about 2000 with a brief break from 2006-2008 for OSX. And while I love OSX I got real sick of my computers costing more than cars every year, so I've been back on linux since. :)
Good to know it does indeed require Xcode. I kind of figured that but it was worth a test. I use that permissions thing on my release builds all the time to make sure my distribution package is working and running independently of the Qt installed on my system. So I just permission out my Qt directory and run my app, if it tries to load something that isn't contained in my dist then it fails with permission probs. ;)