Building a Project in Qt-Creator on Mac for Android
I'm having trouble doing an Android build (my first attempt) on my Mac, using c++11 features in QtCreator 2.8, Qt 5.1.2.
When I build, I get the following errors (this is just a subset) that imply that c++11 features aren't there:
@../WeightPlates/weightplate.h:41:9: error: 'shared_ptr' does not name a type
../WeightPlates/weightplate.h:46:9: error: 'shared_ptr' does not name a type
../WeightPlates/weightplate.h:343:7: error: looser throw specifier for 'virtual wException::~wException()'@
I've had no problem building this natively on the Mac.
In the project, I've added the following "Additional Arguments:"
Adding just c++11 resulting in a compilation command-line that specified -std=gnu++0x, which looks like it's the default (in qtbase/mkspecs/android-g++/qmake.conf) If I add the following to "Additional Arguments:"
Then the command line contains these two -std arguments: -std=gnu++0x -std=c++11
And even in that case, I get the same compilation errors.
The complete compilation line that's generated is:
@/Volumes/Projects/android-ndk-r8e/toolchains/arm-linux-androideabi-4.7/prebuilt/darwin-x86_64/bin/arm-linux-androideabi-g++ -c -Wno-psabi -march=armv7-a -mfloat-abi=softfp -mfpu=vfp -ffunction-sections -funwind-tables -fstack-protector -fno-short-enums -DANDROID -Wa,--noexecstack -std=gnu++0x -std=c++11 -O0 -g -g -marm -O0 -fno-omit-frame-pointer -Wall -Wno-psabi -W -D_REENTRANT -fPIE -DQT_NO_PRINTER -DQT_NO_PRINTDIALOG -DQT_WIDGETS_LIB -DQT_GUI_LIB -DQT_CORE_LIB -I../../qt5-android/qtbase/mkspecs/android-g++ -I../WeightPlates -I../../qt5-android/qtbase/include -I../../qt5-android/qtbase/include/QtWidgets -I../../qt5-android/qtbase/include/QtGui -I../../qt5-android/qtbase/include/QtCore -I. -I. -I../../android-ndk-r8e/sources/cxx-stl/gnu-libstdc++/4.7/include -I../../android-ndk-r8e/sources/cxx-stl/gnu-libstdc++/4.7/libs/armeabi-v7a/include -I../../android-ndk-r8e/platforms/android-9/arch-arm/usr/include -I. -o main.o ../WeightPlates/main.cpp@
Is c++11 support for cross compilation between Mac and Android available? If so, can anyone advise what I might be doing wrong?
No? Nothing? No one? Was it something I said...? Didn't say...? ;)
So I just cajoled qmake to generate only -std=c++11, and the compiler didn't complain about it, but it also didn't accept the C++11 features I'm using.
Anyone have any ideas...?
OK, so I figured it out...
Specifically, the problem was with shared_ptr. For some reason, in the android build environment (in Qt-Creator), you have to explicitly @#include <memory>@
When building for the Mac native, I didn't have to. Yet, when I did some testing on the command-line to build a quick test on the Mac, I did have to #include <memory>, in, if I remember right, every case. I tried gcc48 and clang++ 4.1.
Oh, and in case it helps anyone in the future, I found that even after installing gcc48, it would by default use the gcc 4.2.1 header files in /usr/include/c++/4.2.1 So don't assume anything!!!
Hi and thanks for sharing your findings
For the gcc stuff, did you install gcc_select ? (I didn't tested it yet)
I looked for gcc_select, but it looks like it hasn't come with Mac OS X for quite a while. The only alternative I could find was to change the symbolic link from gcc to whatever I wanted to use. Not sure how that influences where to find the include files. Someone claims the gcc executable figures that out (not sure how) and/or there's the -I command-line option and/or the INCLUDE environment variable... though that seems to have been renamed CPATH or CPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH for gcc (been a while since I used that one)
IFAIK It's from macports
I looked into it, but apparently it's for the "port select" options of MacPorts:
bq. gcc_select installs files that allow 'port select' to switch the default version of gcc. It symlinks
the standard compiler executables in the MacPorts prefix to the selected version.
But should it do what you need ?