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AmBou last edited by AmBou
Hello everyone !
I’m french so sorry if i do mistakes in English ! ^^’
I’m a student in internship and for my internship I need to code in the file of the project of my teacher.
But before that, I need to compile the project of my teacher.
This project use MITK, VTK, ITK, CTK and Qt.
I had some errors which I managed to correct during compilation.
Now, i have an error that I don’t understand and I don’t know how correct that to finish the compilation
The problem here in the picture is with a library of a MITK in relation with Qt I suppose ?
But the compilation of MITK went well.
We can see “collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status” so it is a problem of a link and the librarry libMitkAppUtil but I don’t what, I don’t why and I don’t how to resolve this problem.
I use Qt 5.12.9, gcc 8.4 and g++ 8.4 (if i take a newer version of Qt or gcc/g++ the compilation don't work because of the version).
I try to compile this project since 25 days but it doesn’t work.
I really need your help, if you have any idea or any questions !
Thanks you very much !
EDIT: when i open Qt and i open many files there are three messages nearly of the toolbar :
- the code model could not parse an included file, which might lead to incorrect completion and highlighting, for example.
- Multiple parse contexts are available for this file. Choose the preferred one from the editor toolbar.
- This file is not part of any project. The code model might have issues parsing this file properly.
Maybe there is a link with the error on the terminal ?
Hi and welcome to devnet,
How did you install Qt ?
How did you install the other dependencies ?
AmBou last edited by AmBou
@SGaist Hi and thanks you for your answer !
I install Qt with the link of the website and I use the MaintenanceTool
In this exe, I choose the version of Qt (5.12.9) and I download the different components.
For Mitk and the others, I use in the terminal the command cmake-gui :
with the cmakefile of my teacher I choose the source folder and an empty build folder then I click configure -> configure -> generate and then I have many files in my build folder with a Makefile who is generate by the cmake.
I do "make" on the terminal and then MITK, CTK etc. begin to be build.
If something is missing, like the library called boost, I have an error in the compilation and I need to find the good package.
But it is the compilation who generate MITK and the other dependencies.
When I install, just for try the software, MITK in their website it works on my computer.
So the link there is a problem with the link between MITK and Qt no ?
EDIT: when i do qmake-v i got that : QMake version 3.1 Using Qt version 5.12.8 in /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu
It is strange because I install Qt 5.12.9.
I put the picture of what I have install with the maintenancetool.