I have the same message error with a new created project (QtCreator v4.9.2)
("...exited with code -1 \n The process failed to start. Either the invoked program ... is missing, or you may have insufficient permissions to invoke the program.")
I compared the run config with my others olders projects, and finaly I unchecked the "run in terminal".
Now, I'm able to run my project with QtCreator.
Hi Patrick. I'm in the same situation. Installation on archlinux using the official qt5.13 online installer. Android and desktop kits are well configured on qtcreator just by using their respectif qmake. However when I choose the one.of webassembly (wasm_32) distributed by qt, qtcreator warns about the ABI, saying that it is not defined. Its value is unknown-unknown-unknown-.....
I compiled a simple qt project using wasm_32 kit but link fails with the following error main.o: architecture machine must be wasm32.
@SoheilSabz If you're creating a plug-in for designer then you need to copy the final plug-in library to the same location where other designer plug--ins are. Also, you have to use same Qt version which was used to build your version of designer.
I got the configure (and make/make install) to run successfully. On a suggestion from the person handling the bug case I opened, I deleted my existing source base and re-extracted it. I then created a subdirectory for the build, went into that subdirectory and issued this command:
Both the wiki page on this topic, and the powershell script it references, are flawed. And the build process is a bit fragile: even by creating and using a shadow build, I somehow corrupted my source, causing the OpenGL red herring that was driving me crazy. A fresh extraction was the key, but a couple other points:
do use the -platform switch when running configure
-static and -static-runtime are both needed
when in doubt, use the -recheck-all switch
Anyway, this hopefully closes out this nasty little chapter. Thanks to all involved; I'll be back eventually with some follow-up questions on creating standalone apps.
-stylesheet is great, but there is a catch. Some controls in Qt Creator are just painted manually inside paintEvent. They are not influenced by the stylesheet parameter. For example, the font size of the side bar is just hard coded inside the StyleHelper class: