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Qt5DeclarativeConfig.cmake missing muanual build
Hi, I have successfully built Qt with the purpose to later build kde, but kde need the Qt5DeclarativeConfig.cmake to build some modules and is missing in my Qt built, I already built it a couple of times with different configure options but i can not get to generate the file, I search for the file in a binary Qt that I installed and is present but I can not use this one because I want the Qt developer built.
I tried with this two configure commands:
Qt official documentation.
./configure -developer-build -opensource -nomake examples -nomake tests
./configure -opensource -confirm-license -nomake tests -nomake examples -dbus -no-separate-debug-info -xcb -qpa xcb -no-gtkstyle -developer-build
I also remove the -nomake tests -nomake examples options but nothing works.
does anyone know what I am missing?
the file is suposed to be in [qt install path]/qtbase/lib/cmake/Qt5Declarative/Qt5DeclarativeConfig.cmake
Hi and welcome to devnet,
What OS/Qt combo are you using/building ?
I am using Linux (Kubuntu 14.04 LTS), sorry, I forgot to post the OS.
And Qt version ?
Qt 5.4 the last one available.
Maybe a silly question but did you check that the module was built ?
Yes, I did. The QtDeclarative modules was built but the its folder was not present on qtbase/lib/cmake/ there should be a folder there named Qt5Declarative containing a file named Qt5DeclarativeConfig.cmake, also I did not see any errors afer the build process finish.