Installation on Mac 10.7 with new Xcode 4.3
I am trying to install Qt on mac, and i get some problems.
Qt creator is running fine.
i dowloaded qt-mac-cocoa-opensource-4.6.4.dmg and install it.
but when the installation were complete, in the Developer/Tools/Qt i have only one shortCut to qmake.
i have read the recent "post":https://www.agile-workers.com/web/2012/03/qt-qmake-osx_sdk-xcode/ about an xcode update, but still i did not managed.
I was thinking that i was trying to use the most user-friendly system (apple) with the most user-friendly framework, and i am facing some complications :(
Would someone have some ideas? it would be great to be able to code :=)
Qt Creator binary is located in /Developer/Applications/Qt.
But I suspect you really want to install Qt libraries, true? Then you should download and install another file: "link":http://releases.qt-project.org/qt4/source/qt-mac-opensource-4.8.1.dmg. Or, even better, get the full Qt SDK: "link":http://www.developer.nokia.com/dp?uri=http://sw.nokia.com/id/0ea024bd-2879-4098-98d8-67966a9615ef/Qt_SDK_Mac64_online.
well suspected :) (& corrected)
the full SDK is full of many tools that i don't currently need, like mobile simulator.
Thanks for the link.
I will try this link now, but it does the same as before, and that's why i worried if there is a problem with the new xcode.
perhaps i have to uninstall before.
For this, i perhaps need to run the uninstall.py, any clue of how do we do that?
New xcode does come with many surprises, true :) But it should work. You might need to install Apple's Command Line Tools, too - Xcode seems to be installed without them (in Xcode go to Preferences/Downloads, command line tools should be available there as an option. If not, they are also available on Apple's developer site).
Thanks again for your response.
following the post previously given :
##i have installed Maports ##
then @>sudo port selfupdate@ in the terminal went ok.
to run a .py script, for those who know nothing about linux :
then @>sudo python Developer/Tools/uninstall-qt.py@ for example, will uninstall the package
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