How to correctly uninstall Qt from a Mac OS X?
I have had problems in using the
Designer.appthat comes with my current version of Qt, that is
5.4: the problem seems to be related to the fact that the version of the
Qt/5.4folder does not seem mysteriously to be
5.4, but instead
4.8, and that the following dynamic library
libQtDesignerComponents.4.dylibis missing. If you could help, check the following question for more information: https://forum.qt.io/topic/57898/os-x-designer-cannot-be-opened-because-of-a-problem
Now, I would like to install
Qt 5.5to see if this problem goes away, but I would like to know all the steps I need to get rid of my current
Which folders should I delete? Are there symbolic links I should remove?
I really would like to do a clear complete deletion of the framework to not cause any other linking problems that sometimes arise...
I think I installed Qt using a normal installer, and it is installed in the home directory
If you need any other information, just make me know.
Just start the MaintenanceTool application and there you have the option to remove everything
@SGaist Thanks :)