My apologies if this is spam, but I sent this reply to David Krentzlin's kind advice on getting Qt to work earlier today. Apparently my ISP's webmail interface was being cranky. -- v
Aug 25, 2008 01:14:54 PM, address@hidden wrote:
Aug 24, 2008 12:34:42 AM, address@hidden wrote: >Hi, > >i don't know where exactly the mac-version places the qt-directory, but >it is certainly there. Did you try to issue a find? > >If not try to determine the location of the QtCore directory. > >$ find / -name QtCore -print > >The parent-directory of QtCore is QTDIR. > >Hth > >David
David, thanks for getting back to me. I bet that's great advice on a Linux system, but on OS X it didn't in fact help. When I tried looking for QtCore, I found it in /Library/Frameworks/QtCore.framework/QtCore, (which is a link to /Library/Frameworks/QtCore.framework/Versions/4/QtCore) and also /Library/Frameworks/QtCore.framework/Versions/4/Headers/QtCore). Setting QTDIR to any of these fails, as it can't find qmake (which has been installed into /usr/bin, with a link to it in /Developer/Tools/Qt).
So far, what I've discovered as candidates for `the qt directory' include
* /Developer/Tools/Qt * a whole bunch of frameworks in /Library/Frameworks/Qt*.framework * examples in /Developer/Examples/Qt * documentation in /Developer/Documentation
A quick look at the egg shows that it includes QtGui, which is a header found in /Library/Frameworks/QtGui.framework/Versions/4/Headers/QtGui.
I am now completely baffled as to what to set QTDIR to. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!