Commit b201dc0d authored by Brad King's avatar Brad King
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Utilities/Release: Add script to build Qt 5.9.9 macOS universal binaries

These may be used to build a CMake universal binary for macOS that supports
both architectures on Apple Silicon and is compatible with OS X 10.10.
parent 020e1e20
......@@ -74,3 +74,9 @@ Each ``<os>/<arch>/`` directory contains the following:
argument specifying either ``x86_64`` or ``i386``.
.. _`kitware/cmake Docker Hub Repository`: https://hub.docker.com/r/kitware/cmake
macOS
-----
The ``macos/`` directory contains scripts used to produce dependencies
for building CMake binaries on macOS.
#!/usr/bin/env bash
# Run this script on a macOS x86_64 host to generate Qt universal binaries.
#
# This script requires the 'makeuniversal' tool from:
#
# https://github.com/fizzyade/makeuniversal
#
# Build it with an existing local Qt installation first.
#
# Set the PATH environment variable to contain the location of 'makeuniversal'.
set -e
set -x
# Verify that 'makeuniversal' is available in the PATH.
type -p makeuniversal >/dev/null
# Download, verify, and extract sources.
curl -OL https://download.qt.io/archive/qt/5.9/5.9.9/single/qt-everywhere-opensource-src-5.9.9.tar.xz
shasum -a 256 qt-everywhere-opensource-src-5.9.9.tar.xz | grep -q 5ce285209290a157d7f42ec8eb22bf3f1d76f2e03a95fc0b99b553391be01642
tar xjf qt-everywhere-opensource-src-5.9.9.tar.xz
# Build the x86_64 variant.
mkdir qt-5.9.9-x86_64
cd qt-5.9.9-x86_64
../qt-everywhere-opensource-src-5.9.9/configure \
--prefix=/ \
-platform macx-clang \
-device-option QMAKE_APPLE_DEVICE_ARCHS=x86_64 \
-device-option QMAKE_MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET=10.10 \
-release \
-opensource -confirm-license \
-gui \
-widgets \
-no-gif \
-no-icu \
-no-pch \
-no-angle \
-no-opengl \
-no-dbus \
-no-harfbuzz \
-skip declarative \
-skip multimedia \
-skip qtcanvas3d \
-skip qtcharts \
-skip qtconnectivity \
-skip qtdeclarative \
-skip qtgamepad \
-skip qtlocation \
-skip qtmultimedia \
-skip qtnetworkauth \
-skip qtpurchasing \
-skip qtremoteobjects \
-skip qtscript \
-skip qtsensors \
-skip qtserialbus \
-skip qtserialport \
-skip qtsvg \
-skip qtwebchannel \
-skip qtwebengine \
-skip qtwebsockets \
-skip qtxmlpatterns \
-nomake examples \
-nomake tests \
-nomake tools
make -j 8
cd ..
# Build the arm64 variant.
mkdir qt-5.9.9-arm64
cd qt-5.9.9-arm64
../qt-everywhere-opensource-src-5.9.9/configure \
--prefix=/ \
-platform macx-clang \
-device-option QMAKE_APPLE_DEVICE_ARCHS=arm64 \
-device-option QMAKE_MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET=10.10 \
-release \
-opensource -confirm-license \
-gui \
-widgets \
-no-gif \
-no-icu \
-no-pch \
-no-angle \
-no-opengl \
-no-dbus \
-no-harfbuzz \
-skip declarative \
-skip multimedia \
-skip qtcanvas3d \
-skip qtcharts \
-skip qtconnectivity \
-skip qtdeclarative \
-skip qtgamepad \
-skip qtlocation \
-skip qtmultimedia \
-skip qtnetworkauth \
-skip qtpurchasing \
-skip qtremoteobjects \
-skip qtscript \
-skip qtsensors \
-skip qtserialbus \
-skip qtserialport \
-skip qtsvg \
-skip qtwebchannel \
-skip qtwebengine \
-skip qtwebsockets \
-skip qtxmlpatterns \
-nomake examples \
-nomake tests \
-nomake tools
# Some executables fail to link due to architecture mismatch.
# Build what we can first.
make -j 8 -k || true
# Provide needed executables using the x86_64 variants.
cp ../qt-5.9.9-x86_64/qtbase/bin/uic qtbase/bin/uic
install_name_tool -add_rpath @executable_path/../../../qt-5.9.9-x86_64/qtbase/lib qtbase/bin/uic
cp ../qt-5.9.9-x86_64/qtbase/bin/qlalr qtbase/bin/qlalr
install_name_tool -add_rpath @executable_path/../../../qt-5.9.9-x86_64/qtbase/lib qtbase/bin/qlalr
# Some parts still fail to build, but the parts we need can finish.
make -j 8 -k || true
cd ..
# Combine the two builds into universal binaries.
makeuniversal qt-5.9.9-univ qt-5.9.9-x86_64 qt-5.9.9-arm64
cd qt-5.9.9-univ
make install -j 8 INSTALL_ROOT=/tmp/qt-5.9.9-macosx10.10-x86_64-arm64
cd ..
# Create the final tarball containing universal binaries.
tar cjf qt-5.9.9-macosx10.10-x86_64-arm64.tar.xz -C /tmp qt-5.9.9-macosx10.10-x86_64-arm64
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