Qmake cannot find mkspec even though it is there
Using Qt 5.2.1 on the mac, executing quake on my .pro file without any other args works fine. when I switch to another machine with the same setup, I get this trying to execute quake on my pro file. The directories are all the same and the macx-clang directory is there under /usr/local/Qt5.2.1/5.2.1/clang_64/mkspecs/macx-clang on both machines.
Could not find qmake configuration file macx-clang.
Error processing project file: EM.pro
I have tried specifying with the -spec argument but nothing helps. Should I just try reinstalling Qt 5.2.1 on the failing machine or what is the process to get it working?
return on your failing machine ?
Something strange here. You were writing about a Qt version installed in /usr/local however the one you are using seems to be in /Users/mwolf/
Correct. the Qt directories in /Users/mwolf no longer exist. how would I modify these paths to point to /usr/local instead of my home?
Did you simply move your Qt installation from your home folder to /usr/local ?
I'm not sure, this machine is a build server that recently became my responsibility. I installed Qt on it before under my user. it seems the installation was moved like that. Should i do a
on all the values that need to be changed?
That won't be enough since your frameworks are probably also configured to look in the original path for dependencies. The most clean, fast and safe would be to re-install Qt properly