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i previously had an problem where i had issues with an xcode update, i managed to downgrade xcode but now whenever i compile my program i get an error saying the following:
'qmodules.h' file not found
i dont know what to do ,but i really want to get it to work...i had a mac os update lately which i think might have played a role in this but am not sure...please help
thanks in advance..
What version of Xcode do you have ? On what version of OS X ? Which version of Qt ?
Qt Creator 3.5.0 (opensource) Based on Qt 5.5.0 (Clang 6.0 (Apple), 64 bit)
Looks fine. Did you already re-install Qt ?
@SGaist nope.....ishould i try that?.....if i uninstall and reinstall qt will i loose my projects?
Unless you stored your projects in Qt's installation folder it should not have any impact. The uninstaller only removes the content of the installation and the folder itself.
@SGaist I will do that now and get back.....appreciate your help
@SGaist that worked .....
thanks for your help mate.....do you think there will be an issue if i update to osx el capitan?
If you don't change Xcode, you should not. Xcode 7 doesn't come with the 10.10 SDK currently used to build 5.5 so you have to modify your project a bit to accommodate that or copy the SDK from 6.4 before updating.