I'm trying to build latest Qt Installer Framework with static Qt 5.6.0 and mingw 4.9.2 on Windows 10. I have the problem that qmake produces bad makefile (with commands for linux)
QMAKE = C:/Qt/5.6_static/5.6.0/bin/qmake DEL_FILE = rm -f CHK_DIR_EXISTS= test -d MKDIR = mkdir -p COPY = cp -f COPY_FILE = cp -f COPY_DIR = cp -f -R INSTALL_FILE = cp -f INSTALL_PROGRAM = cp -f INSTALL_DIR = cp -f -R DEL_FILE = rm -f SYMLINK = $(QMAKE) -install ln -f -s DEL_DIR = rmdir MOVE = mv -f
so running make produces:
'test' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file. The syntax of the command is incorrect. makefile:39: recipe for target 'sub-src-make_first' failed mingw32-make: *** [sub-src-make_first] Error 1
I tried to specify win32-g++ spec to qmake but it still generated bad makefile.
I tried to make dummy project in Qt Creator referencing static Qt 5.6.0 and this compiles.
'test' is not recognized as an internal or external command
That doesn't sound like a problem with the Makefile, but rather the environment / shell that you're executing
makein. Since you're using MinGW,
testshould be an executable program provided by the MinGW installation.
If you run
testfrom the same shell that you run
mingw32-make, what do you get?
Are you using the shell that came with MinGW? (not the Windows Command shell)