Qt Creator 3.0.1
Mac OSX 10.9, Qt 5.2
41327df2a93e8baca94e9e8a858d0aeb15105d50 , 73577b33f3c62d3558d3e6e4fb275e6c2022bc1c
I have compiled a version of Qt for iOS from source. Whenever I am using this kit in Qt Creator, included Qt* classes are "yellow underlined" with a mouseover that says "file not found"
I have confirmed when launching the project with QTCREATOR_DUMP_PROJECT_INFO=1, that no "include/QtCore" etc shows up in the included files.
When I check the kits, no warnings show up, and QT_INSTALL_HEADERS is pointing to the right folder for my compiled version. Here is a screen shot: http://imgur.com/QX5dfMO
That /include folder is full of Qt* folders and include files.
The project does build against the correct libraries.
My compiled Qt is for ios deployments. I have tried with my compiled one, and with the ios kit from the binary installed for Qt 5.2, and neither of them work as they should. QtCreator does work as expected when I am using the Desktop kit from the binary installer.
|For Gerrit Dashboard: QTCREATORBUG-11908|
|82435,9||ios: override spec for ios||3.1||qt-creator/qt-creator||Status: MERGED||+2||0|
|82462,4||profileevaluator: do not add sysroot if the result does not exist||3.1||qt-creator/qt-creator||Status: MERGED||+2||0|