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k505416-Dec-23 12:13
mvek505416-Dec-23 12:13 
Clearly the QT IDE (QTCreator?) does a cd to some sort of project target directory before starting the build process, which may be different for a Debug build and a Release build. Like just about everybody else here, I don't do QT, and since your questions are more to do with QT and it's related tools than with C++ per se, you should probably ask your questions in a QT related forum.

It looks like, for some reason, you're using clang++ rather than g++ to compile. There's nothing wrong with that. It's just that the compiler argument -ccc-gcc-name g++ seems to suggest that you've somehow triggered cross compilation. Maybe. I really do not know. Googling for "clang -ccc-gcc-name" gets hits for cross-compiling. So you may have misconfigured your build environment. Or Not. You'd really have to ask someone who knows the QT IDE.

This fragment seems to be building a shared library, as evidenced by the the -sonme argument, the .so output file suffix, the output basename starting with lib, and the last 3 commands that create the .so links. But here is also a main.o being included in the target. Now there's nothing to say that a source file main.cpp must define main(), but I think most people would be expecting it. Assuming that you are trying to create a librarry, then f you do define main() in your main.cpp, then I would definitely consider that an error. That would mean that when you try to link that library into some other program, you'd end up with 2 main entry points, which I would expect the linker to flag as an error [weak symbols notwithstanding (google is your friend )]. Alternatively, maybe you are intending to produce an executable, and not a shared library. In which case, you've definitely made some mistakes configuring your target in the IDE.

So at the very least, I think you need to re-examine your IDE settings and see if you're actually doing what you think you're doing.
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