10-02-2012 06:26 PM
sorry that line was just a test I tried, this is what is resulting the same error..
C:/QtPlaybookSDK/Playbook/Qt/4.8.1/bin/moc -o moc_mywindow.cpp mywindow.h
I'll keep searching.
10-02-2012 06:33 PM
I have these in my xml file
and I am linking to 3 folders for preprocessor includes =-I
10-02-2012 06:57 PM
I have been attempting to clone and build qt myself before i found the installer. So there ended up a couple of folders with what i thought were failed builds.
Could it be one of them succeeded ? (I checked after what i thought were errors after building in the -prefix folder but nothing was ever put in there). That is the only explanation I can offer.
What can i do?
10-02-2012 07:00 PM
but those qt files/folders that are being linked to and where moc.exe is stored and being called are all extracted by a download I posted ealier of an execuatble. This also contained qt creator.
10-02-2012 07:07 PM
The link you mentioned is about building Qt on Linux/Mac but you are using Windows apparently. If you have QtCreator installed you can try to use everything from there - moc.exe, libraries .so and include files .h.
10-02-2012 07:15 PM
Thanks BGmot, The thing is I have already gone down the path of creater today for a few hours creating a project which compiled but the debugger didnt work on the device (which I needed ) and I couldnt get it to only build with the main qt files so it took an age to load,
Thats why I switched to momentics. Spent hours on just this moc issue now though.
If anyone can help to understand why I'm getting version 4.8.0 for moc.exe -v when it comes with what is meant to be 4.8.1 version of qt from RIM? And is the reason for the failed moc attempt on my .h and .cpp files?
Thank for any help you can offer.