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Make Build Error in Windows.
Alicemirror last edited by
Hi to all,
I have setup a Qt-SDK environment under windows to recompile a developed project created under linux (where it works fine)
For organization questions I installed the Qt environment in a clean machine using a different disk from C: (it's E:)
Then, - as I have done in other cases with the QT Sdk installed in C:\ - I ported the linux project under windows to start building. Removed the .user files and checked the debug/release paths in the projects scree of Qt-Creator.
Starting the compilation (with or without the shadow-build option) all works fine while at the end I get the error
@Starting: "E:\QtSDK\mingw\bin\mingw32-make.exe" -w
mingw32-make: Entering directory
C:/QTDevel/RCHobbyStream' E:/QtSDK/mingw/bin/mingw32-make -f Makefile.Debug mingw32-make: Entering directoryC:/QTDevel/RCHobbyStream'
Copying application data...
0 File(s) copied
mingw32-make: Leaving directory
C:/QTDevel/RCHobbyStream' mingw32-make: Leaving directoryC:/QTDevel/RCHobbyStream'
Cannot perform a cyclic copy
mingw32-make: *** [copydeploymentfolders] Error 4
mingw32-make: *** [debug] Error 2
The process "E:\QtSDK\mingw\bin\mingw32-make.exe" exited with code 2.
Error while building project RCHobbyStream (target: Desktop)
When executing build step 'Make'@
Seeing in the debug or release folder, as a matter of fact I see that the .exe file was built.
Trying to launch it stand-alone (outside from the Qt-creator environment) the program don't start while I set in the same directory all the DLLs and components needed (probably because these are on the E:\QT-SDK folder). Then, the program starts but don't work. But this is a secondary problem.
I have no idea if this kind of installation is possible and works, or if I should re-create a standard installation of Qt-SDK on a clean machine, using the C: disk. Or if it is something different...
andre last edited by
Installing on E should not be a problem in and off itself. I use non-standard paths for Qt all the time. As long as you directly install into/build into that directory, you should be fine. Qt can, AFAIK, not be moved to a new directory.
Alicemirror last edited by
sure, I don't moved Qt anyway!!!
The problem is that after Installing (and working) under windows with Qt installed in E:\QT-SDK the same Qt-Quick project that works on Linux when I copy to E:\QT-Devel directory, remove the .user file and load from windows Qt-Creator, I get always this error.
Is there some other parameter that I don't know that should be changed, out of the "project" configuration page in Qt-Creator? The returned error (I posted it integrally) is not so clear to investigate on what is the folder that is not found. The difference I see is that QML elements (the main.qml and its qml folder) are not copied during make, as I see in the Qt-Build-Desktop folder of linux.
ubuuntu last edited by
It's been a while, but this problem still persists. If you delete the original *.pro.user file then import project, this problem is still there.
The trick is to enable shadow build in the Target setup screen when importing the project. This will create separate target directories which appear to be expected by the deplyment script.
Hope this will help somebody.