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Building 64-bit/32-bit Debug&Release Universal Build of Qt 4.6.0 on Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard)

Posted on : 08-12-2009 | By : Brandon W. King | In : Compiling Code, Computers/IT, Mac OS X, Software Development/Engineering

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See my directions on checking out Qt 4.6.0 from the git repository if you do not already have the source code.

Launch a Terminal and cd to the source directory.

Run configure w/ 64-bit & 32-bit + debug & release using cocoa and frameworks:

$ ./configure -arch “x86 x86_64″ -debug-and-release -opensource -framework -cocoa

Run make:

make -j <number_of_processor_cores>

OR

make

Go away for a long time (many hours); watching a tea-pot boil many times over will be less painful than watching this process.

Install:

sudo make install

You should find the installed build in /usr/local/Trolltech/Qt-4.6.0/. I hope this is helpful.