coronasensei at gmail
May 22, 2012, 10:45 PM
Post #3 of 7
On 6/03/12 2:54 AM, Jean-Yves Avenard wrote:
Re: osx-packager-qtsdk.pl (was Re: [mythtv-commits] packaging/master commit: 1af486e9a by Jean-Yves Avenard (jyavenard))
[In reply to]
> On Tuesday, 6 March 2012, Craig Treleaven wrote:
> Looks really interesting. Sorry to ask such a basic question, but
> could you point me to the right QT download? The standalone SDK
> installer is 1.2 GB which is a big chunk of my crappy download
> cap. The libraries installer seem to be at:
> Thé 1.2GB is the SDK, you don't have to use it
> Cocoa: Mac binary package for Mac OS X 10.5 - 10.6 (64-bit)
> http://get.qt.nokia.com/qt/source/qt-mac-opensource-4.8.0.dmg (178
> MB, includes build and interface tools)
> You can use that one. But note that the 4.8.0 package is 64 bits only.
> I used the 4.7.4 package instead. While it doesn't support lion
> officially, it works fine.
> Just lots of warnings in the log..
> Is this the right one? The notes in the new osx-packager-qtsdk.pl
> <http://osx-packager-qtsdk.pl> indicate that there should be both
> 32 bit and 64 bit versions--but I only see 64?
> The packager will test the qt you've installed and error out if you
> are trying to compile 32 bits against 64 libs or vice versa..
> Thanks again for all the work dragging the Mac client forward!
> I have spent in excess of 100 hours on that crap believe it or not :(
> Do not use Xcode 4.2, it will crash during the build. Use 4.3 or lion,
> or 4.1 on 10.6 (3.x will work too)
> Otherwise, built 32/64 packages are available there:
> I will amend the readme file with the new procedure.. I still need to
> work on the 0.24 build too
Hi, I've just compiled a new copy of 0.25 master to see if it fixes a
sleep issue I'm having on my macbook.
Running 10.7.4, xcode 4.3.2. Current git of the build script
osx-packager-qtsdk.pl (as far as I can tell).
# ./osx-packager-qtsdk.pl -verbose -pluginskip -qtbin /usr/bin
I had one small problem with the script in that pkg-config is not
getting installed in .osx-packager/build/bin. This caused it to fail
during the configure of mythtv.
I looked in pkg-config src folder and pkg-config had been built by the
packager, but had not installed into the bin folder. I deleted just
.osx-built in pkg-config folder and started osx-packager again and yep,
it's installed now.
Did a clean all by deleting build folder, and delete all .osx-built and
.osx-config and tried again, same thing - first run through no
pkg-config bin, delete just the one .osx-built and rerun and it's fine.
After that I got a successful build!
I wont get a chance to try it until I get home (where my backend is),
but the application does launch successfully.
Last time I tried building for osx (before this new script) my efforts
died badly trying to get qt to compile. I gave up. I for one am a big
fan of being able to install the binary qt libraries for this!