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Qt 5.x does not compatible with iOS 9 ?

  • I upgraded Xcode to version 7.0, and then Qt can not use iOS kit.
    Not all possible target environments can be supported due to missing compilers.

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    Hi and welcome to devnet,

    Just a wild guess but current Qt release should be compiled agains the iOS 8 SDK which is probably not shipped by default with Xcode 7. You should check if you can download the iOS 8 SDK and try again.

    Hope it helps

  • Thanks a lot !

  • Any more info on this? I pulled iOS8.4sdk from my time machine history and added it back into the xcode app, but still get the same error

  • I still can't solve this problem. If you have any solutions, please reply, thanks !

  • @JP_36 @YuanRuifeng
    you can try to rename or copy the folder

    iphone simulator

    iphone os

    it did a workaround for me

  • This is definitely not the best solution, but I was able to get everything working again by deleting XCode, rebooting, time machining Xcode 6.4 back, rebooting.

    I think you could get away with just Time Machining, so I don't think you need to delete XCode and reboot before time machining. Just sharing the round about steps I took.

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