I have managed to build my own version of WFView from the master branch.
This was done on Mac OS 12.3.1 (Intel)
- Install Xcode
- Install Mac Ports
- Under your home directory create a directory called dev/wfview
- Install Mac Ports dependancies:
sudo port install qt5
sudo port install qt5-qtmultimedia
sudo port install opus-tools
sudo port install eigen3
Under dev/wfview clone the git repository:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:eliggett/wfview.git
Download and unpack QCustomPlot in the same directory.
tar xzf QCustomPlot.tar.gz
Create empty build dir:
Locate qmake binary:
find /opt/ -name qmake
Change to build dir and run:
Info: creating stash file /Users/steven/dev/test-wfview/build/.qmake.stash
Project WARNING: Qt has only been tested with version 11.0 of the platform SDK, you’re using .
Project WARNING: This is an unsupported configuration. You may experience build issues, and by using
Project WARNING: the 12.1 SDK you are opting in to new features that Qt has not been prepared for.
Project WARNING: Please downgrade the SDK you use to build your app to version 11.0, or configure
Project WARNING: with CONFIG+=sdk_no_version_check when running qmake to silence this warning.
If successful you will have a wfview.app in your build directory. You can copy this to your Applications folder, when you run it may ask for permissions to access certain folders, click allow.
2 May 2022 – I have also built successfully from the wfserver branch.