|On 17 Dec 2013, at 20:29, Wouter Snoei <mailinglists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:|
The machine I'm testing on doesn't have Qt itself installed (only Xcode), maybe your build expects it to be there?
Could be. As far as I am aware though, I have done nothing that makes it be required. As far as Qt is concerned, the build-arguments I set do not differ from the release-build (3.6.6) - not sure if something under the cmake-hood might differ between 3.6 and 3.7. As to Qt itself, the release-build (3.6.6) has a slightly older Qt-4.8.5, and it’s from MacPorts rather than Homebrew. The other person that build sc3.7 on Mavericks for himself was Nick, and he didn’t seem to have problems.
So if the reason that it crashes for you and Miguel were, that Qt needs to be installed to run SC, it would be interesting to see what happened if one of you installed it. But I guess I that’s too much to ask… ;)
Sorry, I’ll spend some time on this on friday (I could uninstall Qt - but then I have to reinstall it, and I don’t have the time for it today). I have some urgent stuff to finish for tomorrow. But thank you for looking into this - I mean it! The Mac-wing among the SCers currently could do with more shared activity towards 3.7.