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pyqtdeploy-sysroot not building QtLocation

Patrick Stinson-3
Hello!

It looks like pyqtdeploy-sysroot —target macos-64 doesn’t build QtLocation even when it is not in the “skip” list. Here is the config:

    "qt5": {
        "ios#qt_dir": "/Users/patrick/dev/vendor/lib/Qt/5.10.0/ios",
        "ios#ssl": "securetransport",
        "macos#ssl": "openssl-linked",
        "macos#source": "src/qt-everywhere-src-5.10.0-pk.tar.gz",
        "macos#configure_options": [
            "-opensource", "-debug-and-release"
        ],
        "macos#skip": [
            "qt3d",
            "qtactiveqt", "qtandroidextras", "qtcanvas3d", "qtcharts",
            "qtconnectivity", "qtdatavis3d", "qtdeclarative", "qtdoc",
            "qtgamepad", "qtgraphicaleffects", "qtimageformats",
            "qtmultimedia", "qtnetworkauth",
            "qtremoteobjects", "qtscript", "qtscxml", "qtsensors",
            "qtserialbus", "qtserialport", "qtspeech", "qtsvg", "qttools",
            "qttranslations", "qtvirtualkeyboard", "qtwayland", "qtwebchannel",
            "qtwebengine", "qtwebglplugin", "qtwebsockets", "qtwebview",
            "qtwinextras", "qtx11extras", "qtxmlpatterns"
        ]
    },

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Re: pyqtdeploy-sysroot not building QtLocation

Phil Thompson-5
On 17 Feb 2018, at 4:54 am, Patrick Stinson <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> Hello!
>
> It looks like pyqtdeploy-sysroot —target macos-64 doesn’t build QtLocation even when it is not in the “skip” list. Here is the config:
>
>     "qt5": {
>         "ios#qt_dir": "/Users/patrick/dev/vendor/lib/Qt/5.10.0/ios",
>         "ios#ssl": "securetransport",
>         "macos#ssl": "openssl-linked",
>         "macos#source": "src/qt-everywhere-src-5.10.0-pk.tar.gz",
>         "macos#configure_options": [
>             "-opensource", "-debug-and-release"
>         ],
>         "macos#skip": [
>             "qt3d",
>             "qtactiveqt", "qtandroidextras", "qtcanvas3d", "qtcharts",
>             "qtconnectivity", "qtdatavis3d", "qtdeclarative", "qtdoc",
>             "qtgamepad", "qtgraphicaleffects", "qtimageformats",
>             "qtmultimedia", "qtnetworkauth",
>             "qtremoteobjects", "qtscript", "qtscxml", "qtsensors",
>             "qtserialbus", "qtserialport", "qtspeech", "qtsvg", "qttools",
>             "qttranslations", "qtvirtualkeyboard", "qtwayland", "qtwebchannel",
>             "qtwebengine", "qtwebglplugin", "qtwebsockets", "qtwebview",
>             "qtwinextras", "qtx11extras", "qtxmlpatterns"
>         ]
>     },

It just constructs a command line for Qt's configure script. It doesn't check if you have all the required dependencies installed.

Phil

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