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On Tue, 01 Jan 2019 05:26:35 GMT, Kareem Kazkaz wrote: > My application compiles successfully using an old-fashioned makefile, > not cmake. When I launch, however, I get the following error message: > > dyld: Library not loaded: @rpath/QtCore.framework/Versions/5/QtCore > Referenced from: /Users/kazkaz1/Documents/AlphaVoltaic/Simulation/BACCARAT/./BACCARATExecutable > Reason: image not found > Abort trap: 6 > > Here is my DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH: > > /usr/local/ImageMagick-7.0.8/lib:/usr/local/root_v5.34.36/lib::/usr/local/Qt-5.11.2/lib:/usr/local/root_v5.34.36/lib:/usr/local/geant4.10.04.p02/lib > > ... > > Does anybody have any suggestions? Is there a flag I'm missing during > compilation? Does anybody else have trouble getting Qt to play nice with > Geant4 using an old-style makefile? >
What settings for compiling and linking do you have in your Makefile (post it as an attachment if long)? Also, how do you run your executable, directly, or wrapped in a script?
The failure to find the dylib feels like the macOS SIP issue, i.e.
The other thing to try is setting the RPath explicitly in the executable. That can be done by adding flags of the form
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