Due to the Qt build warning:
The officially supported CMake generator for building Qt is Ninja. You are using: 'Unix Makefiles' instead. Thus, you might encounter issues. Use at your own risk.
I’m trying to build QtBase 6.1.2 with Ninja. For this my first idea was to update and install Ninja, however there is a conflict during the symlinking with PIP:Ninja.
So I decide to use and add PIP:Ninja in the BuildDependencies of QtBase and in the Recipe I added
but unfortunately the compilation fails with:
-- Build files have been written to: /Data/Compile/Sources/qtbase-v6.1.2/_build make: Makefile: No such file or directory make: *** No rule to make target 'Makefile'. Stop. Compile: QtBase 6.1.2 - Build process failed.
I tried Compile with --debug option but it doesn’t help. Did I missed something, where is my mistake ?
Well, I also tried two others ideas. The first by adding -GNinja in the cmake_options=() but I have the same issue the second by adding a line with cmake=“cmake -G Ninja” but I doesn’t apply, I haven’t looked in the sources yet, I suspect that cmake="" doesn’t exist.