I tried to create a new Qt Quick Application on QtCreator 3.0 that comes with Qt 5.2.0 RC1 on my Mac OSX Mavericks.
When I try to launch the default "Hello World" application, it compiles it successfully, it opens the simulator with iOS 7, and then crashes.
The only debug information I succeed to retrieve comes from the Simulator itself: (more in the attachment "simulator error")
Dec 2 15:50:01 MacBook-Pro-de-Chris.local backboardd <Error>: __hid_dispatch_pthread_root_queue_create_block_invoke: specific=0x4f6cf00 pthread_self=0xb0219000
Dec 2 15:50:01 MacBook-Pro-de-Chris.local backboardd <Error>: __hid_dispatch_pthread_root_queue_create_block_invoke: specific=0x4f6ce30 pthread_self=0xb029b000
Dec 2 15:50:01 MacBook-Pro-de-Chris.local SpringBoard <Warning>: LICreateIconForImage passed NULL CGImageRef image
Dec 2 15:50:03 MacBook-Pro-de-Chris.local backboardd <Warning>: CoreAnimation: updates deferred for too long
Dec 2 15:50:03 MacBook-Pro-de-Chris com.apple.iphonesimulator.launchd.7d224475 (UIKitApplication:net.creatiwity.WityRemote[0xf94d]) <Notice>: Service exited due to signal: Bus error: 10
Dec 2 15:50:03 MacBook-Pro-de-Chris.local backboardd <Warning>: Application 'UIKitApplication:net.creatiwity.WityRemote[0xf94d]' exited abnormally with signal 10: Bus error: 10
QtCreator breakpoints on:
0 realizeClass(objc_class*) realizeClass(objc_class*) 0x4ab54ea
1 _class_getNonMetaClass _class_getNonMetaClass 0x4ab403a
2 lookUpImpOrForward lookUpImpOrForward 0x4ab80e9
3 _class_lookupMethodAndLoadCache3 _class_lookupMethodAndLoadCache3 0x4ab804e
The weird thing comes when I open the compiled project in Xcode and I change the deployment target to iOS 6.1 and launches it with Xcode. It works, but not if I launch it again from QtCreator.
Xcode even fails to compile the project when the target is set to 7.0 with these 4 Apple Mach-O Linker errors (see attachment "qt qml error").
Maybe I've done something wrong with my Xcode config but I really don't think so, it's almost Vanilla installation of everything.