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[Makefile:96: sub-configurateur-make_first] Error 3



  • I'm a trainee in a company and I've been asked to find out why there are errors when compiling the code for their application.
    I searched the internet but I couldn't find out how to solve the problem.
    When I configure the project, there is an exclamation mark in the Android kits.

    Capture 1.PNG
    When I click on configure I come across things that are missing.
    Capture 2.PNG

    When I press configure project and compile, I get this error:
    Project ERROR: Unknown module(s) in QT: webenginewidgets
    mingw32-make: *** [D:/Users/josephine/Documents/GitHub/build-EconnecteurMaster-Desktop_Qt_5_13_2_MinGW_32_bit-Debug/Makefile:89: sub-configurateur-qmake_all] Error 3
    14:18:49: The process "C:\bin\Qt\Tools\mingw730_32\bin\mingw32-make.exe" exited with code 2.
    Error while building/deploying project EconnecteurMaster (kit: Desktop Qt 5.13.2 MinGW 32-bit)
    When executing step "qmake"

    Can you help me please?


  • Lifetime Qt Champion

    Hi and welcome to devnet,

    Your situation is not clear. You show Android related errors yet you are building your application using MinGW. So which is the correct situation ?

    In any case, QtWebEngine is neither available on Android (platform restriction) nor for MinGW (chromium restriction).

    If you want to use QtWebEngine on Windows, you'll have to switch to Visual Studio.



  • @SGaist Okay, sorry I'm new to Qt, there are some things I don't really understand so it's hard for me to explain properly.
    So if I select MinGW, I don't need to worry about errors on Android?
    It means that my problem comes from the fact that I can't use QtWebEngine with MinGW?
    If that's what you said then thank you very much.


  • Qt Champions 2019

    @Anadeha said in [Makefile:96: sub-configurateur-make_first] Error 3:

    So if I select MinGW, I don't need to worry about errors on Android?

    You can't use MinGW to build for Android.

    "It means that my problem comes from the fact that I can't use QtWebEngine with MinGW?" - yes, you jave to use Microsoft C++ compiler delivered with Visual Studio or Build Tools from Microsoft.



  • @jsulm Thank you very much


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