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Updated XCode and everything is broken
I recently updated XCode to Version 12.4 and Qt Creator to version 4.14.1 with Qt 5.15.2 and Clang 11.0. Now when I try to build my project, I get the following warnings:
Project WARNING: Qt has only been tested with version 10.15 of the platform SDK, you're using 11.1. Project WARNING: This is an unsupported configuration. You may experience build issues, and by using Project WARNING: the 11.1 SDK you are opting into new features that QT has not been prepared for. Project WARNING: Please downgrade the SDK you use to build your app to version 10.15, or configure Project WARNING: with CONFIG+=sdk_no_version_check when running qmake to silence this warnining.
Prior to updating XCode, everything worked fine. I also cloned this simple project from github and I get the same result https://github.com/retifrav/color-corners
When I open XCode and try to compile, I see the splash screen and then get a crash with a completely different error. Something about a bad nib file.
I suppose the solution may be to downgrade the SDK to 10.15 like the warning says. But I have no idea how to do that.
@kgregory These are warnings, not errors. It should still compile. So, does it compile? Also, you could try what is suggested: CONFIG+=sdk_no_version_check
kgregory last edited by kgregory
Yes I can ignore the warning but I can't get it to run on the iPad either from QT or Xcode. I downgraded xcode to 11.7 and that seems to have a different issue, which it seems lots of people are having, described here: https://developer.apple.com/forums/thread/130223?page=2.
When I had the latest version of xcode (12.x) it would start to run and then crash as soon as I saw a splash screen, saying something about an invalid nib bundle (I don't know what that is). I recall seeing something new related to splash screens in the release notes. Do I need to implement the splash screen differently.
I'll upgrade back to 12.x tomorrow night and then I can give you more specific error messages.
@kgregory I'm running Xcode 12.4, Creator 4.14 and so far that Xcode version is one with the least problems I had.
To be fair, I do build my (Qt)iOS version myself and do not use the precompiled libs.
But I do have run and distributed Apps with this combination of Xcode and Qt
OK so when I upgrade back to the latest version of XCode (12.4), I run QMake and then open xcode and run from there. My launch screen comes up and then it freezes and I get an error message that says:
Could not load NIB in bundle: 'NSBundle </private/var/containers/Bundle/Application/<..some code..>/BlueGhoztApp.app> (loaded)' with name 'LaunchScreen'' terminating with uncaught exception of type NSException
Can anyone point me at a working example iOS app that I can use as a test case to make sure it's not an issue with my app?
@kgregory for the benefit of anyone anyone who is reading this, I went back to Qt 5.12.10 and this "Could not load NIB in bundle" issue went away.
I don't have a compelling reason to use 5.15, so I'll just stick with 5.12 for now, but it would be nice to figure out what's going on here.