Solved "Cannot find missing dependency" using Qt Maintenance Tool on macOS 10.13
I was hoping to install Qt 5.12.3 for Mac. But running the Qt maintenance tool brings up this error message:
And then no new Qt versions are displayed:
I have used the Qt Maintenance Tool on this machine quite a few times before without any issues.
@AndyBrice Try to first update the tool - "Update components".
did you really install 140gb worth of precompiled Qt?
I highly doubt you need all those version
@jsulm That fixed it. Thanks!
@J.Hilk I do need a few different versions as I have 2 Qt based products and have had a number of issues with recent Qt releases on Mac. I probably don't need all the Android and other stuff that comes bundled as standard though.
bundled as standard though
They are not. You simply should not select the whole Qt version, but expand the tree under the version you want to install and only select what you really need.