[Updated with minimal reproducing example] Mac OS X 10.9: can't compile a project with Qt 5.2 beta
I'm trying to check Qt 5.2 to see if OS X 10.9-specific bugs have been fixed, but can't build my project. I have C++11 disabled (no CONFIG+=C++11), but I use some older C++0x features so I have -std=c++0x.
The problem is that for some reason C++11-specific defines get defined somewhere (in the mkspec?), and since I don't have C++11 support it fails to compile. Any ideas on how to fix it without enabling C++11?
Actually, even with CONFIG+=C++11 and QMAKE_CXXFLAGS+=-std=c++11 I get a lot of weird errors (not with ‘initializer_list, though, that seems to have solved). Is mkspec broken in Qt 5.2 on 10.9?
Disregard my previous message, there might have been a mess with compiler flags. Let's return to the initial problem with initializer_list. Steps to reproduce:
- Install "Qt 5.2 beta for Mac OS X":http://download.qt-project.org/development_releases/qt/5.2/5.2.0-beta1/
- Create a new console application project with Qt Creator using Qt 5.2 kit.
- Add QMAKE_CXXFLAGS+=-std=c++0x to the project file. My project looks like this:
@QT += core
TARGET = Test
CONFIG += console
CONFIG -= app_bundle
TEMPLATE = app
SOURCES += main.cpp
int main(int, char *)
- Attempt to compile, it will fail. Output:
@In file included from ../Test/main.cpp:1:
In file included from ../Qt5.2.0/5.2.0-beta1/clang_64/lib/QtCore.framework/Versions/5/Headers/QList:1:
../Qt5.2.0/5.2.0-beta1/clang_64/lib/QtCore.framework/Versions/5/Headers/qlist.h:53:10: fatal error: 'initializer_list' file not found
1 error generated.@
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I had some problem, it solved by adding
@CONFIG += c++11@
@CONFIG += C++11@