Installing Qt 5.2 fails on OSX 10.6.8
When I try installing Qt 5.2 on OSX 10.6.8 it fails.
"Error during installation process (qt.520.clang_64.essentials): Command install_name_tool failed."
I have a Qt 4.8 installed too, on the side..
And used to have an installation of 5.1.1 which worked nicely..
any ideas what this could be?
QT 5.2*rc *that is..
Did you install Xcode ? The command line tools ?
I vaguely recall that support for installing Qt on OS X 10.6 was dropped. You can compile Qt apps and they should work on 10.6, but you probably can't install Qt on 10.6. You can, however, try compiling it on your own.
I am not sure I remember that discussion correctly, though.
I have Xcode 3.2.6, the standard installation, should come with command line tools no?
btw.. installing QT5.1 worked fine.. but since my developed app crashes on 10.9 Mavericks, I was told that, rebuilding it in Qt 5.2 would help..
but I can't even get it to install properly on 10.6.8
You'll be getting all kind of problems when using old toolkits. I think you need to install Command Line Tools separately, but I'm not sure. Apple's policy on that is changing often.
Xcode doesn't install the command line tools by default (talking about version that supports them), depending on the version you can download them separately on Apple's developer site or install them directly from within Xcode