I found the following errors when compiling:



  • First error: The qmake arguments have changed. The building in ...

    Second error: mingw32-make: *** No rule to make target '<http link>' . Stop it.


    Link removed, it was where <http link> is now ~VRonin



  • Warning: the link above appears to be to a fishing / scam site.



  • The question is very vague.
    The first error is meaningless, did you truncate part of it?
    the second error looks like you are trying to build something from a website


    While your profile doesn't look like a spam profile and I didn't manage to open the suspect link at all please refrain from posting suspicious links.



  • Since the day I installed qt creator on my computer, these errors appear.
    I just do not know why the site's relationship with qt.



  • @Larissa-F. said in I found the following errors when compiling::

    Since the day I installed qt creator on my computer, these errors appear.

    Honestly, I'd be very concerned that your machine has been compromised -
    could have been a compromised Qt installer (did you verify its signature / checksum?) or a trojan already residing on your machine.

    I just do not know why the site's relationship with qt.

    I seriously doubt there is one! And even if there was, it would be extremely odd to have that URL in a Makefile target (unless you modifed the Makefile yourself?)

    For anyone that's curious, the link was to a webpage in the amanda dot tnctrx dot com domain, which then redirected to a page on optus dot promotions-news dot org, which presented me with a fake (fishing attempt) offer of a new phone from Optus (which is my mobile provider, as detected from the mobile data IP address I was on at the time). Perhaps someone else knows of a valid relationship with Qt and those domains, but I seriously doubt it. If it was me, I'd reformat and re-install my whole machine - not just Qt. Sorry :(

    Good luck!


  • Lifetime Qt Champion

    Hi,

    I'd say there's absolutely none. The Qt Company/Project doesn't do that kind of stuff. There are places for promoting devices (be it a phone or a car) using Qt and the SDK is not one even less when you compile something.

    I agree with @Paul-Colby comment that there's something fishy going on with your computer and it's not related to Qt itself except if you got a compromised installer which is unlikely but not impossible.

    Where did you install Qt from ?



  • @SGaist From qt's own website


  • Lifetime Qt Champion

    Then you should check the hash of the installer.


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    @Larissa-F. What project are you trying to build?


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