they made a big announcement about the open source release, I don't know how anybody could miss it: https://lists.qt-project.org/pipermail/ ... 42659.htmlSee release plan
I thought you meant 5.15.10. As I said, I misread the first post. Sorry.adrianinsaval wrote: ↑Fri Jul 01, 2022 3:54 pmthey made a big announcement about the open source release, I don't know how anybody could miss it: https://lists.qt-project.org/pipermail/ ... 42659.htmlSee release plan
I don't know what you're working on. Temporarily you can use "-DBUILD_WEB=OFF".FreddyFreddy wrote: ↑Thu Jun 30, 2022 3:48 pm qt 5.15.5 was released to the rest of us a couple of weeks (?) ago and is now the default qt5 version on brew.
QtWebEngineCoreConfig.cmake has a hard-coded version of 5.15.10 which means version comparisons fail - chucking up errors.
I copied 5.15.3 from backup and that worked as expected.
May I leave it to someone else to verify and persue the powers that be?
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Can you share your cmake fix? I will try later with -DBUILD_WEB=ONchennes wrote: ↑Fri Jul 01, 2022 1:58 pm I ran into this earlier this week -- my solution was to edit the QtWebEngineCoreConfig.cmake file to fix the specified version number. After that CMake ran fine. Actually compiling FreeCAD via Homebrew libraries right now is not working correctly for me, I can get the Makefiles working, but not XCode.