Use Qt path when searching for qmake even if not in PATH
When running kdesrc-build on a Fedora system where kdesrc-build has built and installed Qt5 to
/usr/local/qt5 (see !3 (merged)), trying to run kdesrc-build to build something non-trivial fails immediately:
# kdesrc-build --stop-on-failure --include-dependencies dolphin --stop-after kcoreaddons Updating kde-build-metadata (to branch master) Updating sysadmin-repo-metadata (to branch master) Unable to find qmake. This program is absolutely essential for building the modules: extra-cmake-modules kcoreaddons attica. Please ensure the development packages for Qt are installed by using your distribution's package manager. You can also see the https://techbase.kde.org/Getting_Started/Build/Distributions page for information specific to your distribution (although watch for outdated information :( ). * Aborting now to save a lot of wasted time. * export KDESRC_BUILD_IGNORE_MISSING_PROGRAMS=1 and re-run (perhaps with --no-src) * to continue anyways. If this check was in error please report a bug against * kdesrc-build at https://bugs.kde.org/
qmake is definitely present at
/usr/local/qt5/bin, and the qtdir option is correctly set. So kdesrc-build should be able to find this.