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Posts: 222
Registered: ‎11-05-2011
My Device: Z10
My Carrier: Beeline

Re: Can't build sample Cascades app: Can't find qmake configuration file

Spaces in project name is very bad. If you want to have spaces in app name just rename app name in "name" xml in file like bar-descriptor in your project
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Posts: 10
Registered: ‎09-28-2009
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Re: Can't build sample Cascades app: Can't find qmake configuration file

I had this problem, I solved by doing the following:

 

find the bbndk.bat file in your native IDE install (eg C:\bbndk\bbndk.bat).

In the batch file, find the line:

set QNX_CONFIGURATION=C:\Users\Your Username\AppData\Local\Research In Motion\BlackBerry Native SDK

 

Open this directory in explorer and move the contents to a new folder without spaces, eg c:\bbndk\qnxConfig (so in my c:\bbndk\qnxConfig directory i have a 'license' directory and 'qconfig' directory).

 

Now change the line in the batch file to point to the new location, and start the IDE using the batch file.