Qt source build with -qtlibinfix, and -framework



  • I'm building Qt from source on MacOS using Sierra and High Sierra and I'm running to a problem where projects built with my build of Qt fail to compile.

    The configure command that I'm using contains the -qtlibinfix ABC and -framework options:

    ./configure -prefix /home/Qt/abc -opensource -qtlibinfix ABC -framework ...
    

    The Qt source project builds and installs correctly (via make and make install), but subsequent projects built with the installed qmake binary fail to compile.

    Executing /home/Qt/abc/bin/qmake on a project file is successful, but there is a mismatch between the installed location of the Qt frameworks and the include paths sent to clang.

    The installation paths of the Qt frameworks contain the qtlibinfix (ABC):

    /home/Qt/abc/lib/QtConcurrentABC.framework
    /home/Qt/abc/lib/QtCoreABC.framework
    ...
    

    but the directories that are included with the qmake-generated builds do not:

    /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Toolchains/XcodeDefault.xctoolchain/usr/bin/clang++ ... -I/home/Qt/abc/lib/QtWidgets.framework/Headers ...
    

    Is this a bug or am I missing a step between running "make install" and "qmake"?

    This is reproducible on numerous versions of Qt (5.7.0, 5.8.0, 5.10.0).

    Thanks!
    Jason

    Here is a partial listing of the installed qt core lib project include file (mkspecs/modules/qt_lib_core.pri):

    QT.core.VERSION = 5.10.0
    QT.core.name = QtCore
    QT.core.module = QtCoreWRI
    QT.core.libs = $$QT_MODULE_LIB_BASE
    QT.core.includes = $$QT_MODULE_LIB_BASE/QtCore.framework/Headers
    QT.core.frameworks = $$QT_MODULE_LIB_BASE
    QT.core.bins = $$QT_MODULE_BIN_BASE
    QT.core.depends =
    QT.core.uses = libatomic
    QT.core.module_config = v2 lib_bundle
    QT.core.CONFIG = moc resources
    QT.core.DEFINES = QT_CORE_LIB
    

  • Lifetime Qt Champion

    Hi and welcome to devnet,

    Looks like it might be related to QTBUG-35604.



  • Thanks! It looks like the behaviour that I'm seeing is due to the bug that you've linked.

    I'll build without frameworks.


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