But yes,.. it passes the #ifdef USE_DBUS macro
fanquake: but USE_DBUS is enabled on macOS
jonasschnelli: if you're compiling qt from depends, we explicitly disable the dbus module when targeting macos, so when configure checks for QtDbus, it shouldn't find it, and USE_DBUS shouldn't get set.
Thanks. Maybe my cache is invalid...
If you blow everything away and still seeing issues let me know and I'll have a look
wumpus: fyi I think #17951 is ready for merge
fanquake: found more about the DBus issue. Our qt m4 detects QT_DBUS even if it has not been compiled via depends. Probably detects it if it has been installed locally as non crosscompile host shared library